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Med Tech 1

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Calcaneous Heel bone
Phalanges Bones of the fingers and toes
Coccyx Tailbone
Humerous Upper arm bone
Joint Where the bones unite
Carpals Wrist bones
Radius Bone in lower arm - thumb side
Clavicle Collar bone
True Ribs 7 upper pair that articulate with the sternum
Cranium Skull
Axial Skeleton Trunk and head bones
Atlas 1st cervical vertebrae
Ulna Bone in lower arm - little finger side
Sinus Air spaces in skull
Sternum Breastbone
Fibula Small bone in lower leg
Diaphysis Shaft of the bone
Appendicular Skeleton Bones of the arms and legs
Tibia Large bone in lower leg
False Ribs 5 lower pair of ribs that do not articulate directly to the sternum
Suture Area where cranial bones join together
Frontal Bone Forehead
Mandible Lower jaw
Articulation Joining together
Epiphysis End of the Bone
Tarsals Ankle Bones
Femur Bone in Upper leg
Patella Knee cap
Scapula Shoulder Blade
Thoracic Vertebrae Spinal column bones located in chest area
Maxilla Upper jaw bone
Cervical Vertebrae bones of the neck; part of the spinal column
Axis 2nd cervical vertebrae
Metacarpals Bones in the palm of the hand
Metatarsals Bones in the instep of the foot
Lumbar Vertebrae Bones in the spinal column located in the lower back
Sacrum fused bones found at the end of the spinal column
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