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A&P Chp 7 Skeleton

Anatomy & Physiology I - Chapter 7: The Skeleton

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Forms the posterior hard palate Palatine bone
Keystone bone of the face Maxilla
Contains mastoid sinuses Temporal
Allows the spinal cord to pass to brain Occipital
Abnormal lateral spinal curvature that occurs most often in the thoracic region, or called "twisted disease" Scoliosis
Dorsally exaggerated thoracic curvature, or "hunch back" Kyphosis
An accentuated lumbar curvature, or swayback Lordosis
Common in those carrying a "large load up front", such as men with "potbellies" and pregnant women Temporary lordosis
Keystone of the cranium Sphenoid
Forms inferolateral aspects of the skull Temporal
Forms most of the superior and lateral aspects of the skull Parietal
Forms posterior aspects and most of the base of the skull Occipital
Forms part of the nasal septum and the lateral walls and roof of the nasal cavity Ethmoid
Vertebrosternal True ribs
Vertebrochondral False ribs
Vertebral Floating ribs
Identify the eight carpals (wrist): Hamate, Pisiform, Triquetral, Lunate, Capitate, Scaphoid, Trapezium, Trapezoid (Hurry Please The Level Could Snap To Three)
The lateral edge of the sphenoid bone is located ____________________________ to the temporal bone anterior
The frontal bone is located ____ to the parietal bone anterior
The ethmoid bone is located on the ____ of the eye socket medial
Is the cheekbone (zygomatic) part of the cranium? No, it is part of the facial bone
How many paired bones of the skull are there? two, parietal and temporal
The lacrimal bone is located on the medial side of the eye socket is located _____ to the ethmoid bone anterior
How many paires of bones make up the face? 6 paires (maxilla, nasal, inferior nasal conchae, zygomatic, lacrimal, and palatine
Name the facial bone that make up the nasal septum. vomer
The inferior nasal conchae are located ____ to the vomer. lateral
The anterior palatine structures are not separate bones. They are actually a part of ____ bone. maxilla
The bone does not connect to other bone. Is suspended by ligaments. What bone is it? hyoid
The structure of the mandible that makes up part of the hinge joint jaw is called the ______ mandibular condyle
The coroniod process of the mandible is located ______ to the mandibular condyle. anterior
Which ossicle if connected is connected to the tympanic membrane? malleus
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