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appendicula

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winglike projection of the body of the bone Ala
lateral bone of the leg Fibula
point where the axial skeleton attaches to the pelvic girdle sacroiliac joint
2 bones that articulates with the clavicle sternum & scapula
large central bone section body
single medial projection of the vertebra spinous process
shoulder girdle bone that articulates with and transmits forces to the bony thorax clavicle
depression in the scapula that articulates with the humerus glenoid cavity
process above the glenoid cavity permits muscle attachment coracoid process
medial bone of the forearm in anatomical position. also the forearm bone involved in elbow formation. ulna
distal condyle of humerus capitulum and trochlea
makes contact with the bones above superior articular surface
point where patella ligament attaches tibia tuberosity
portion that connects the spinous process to articular surfaces lamina
lacks spinous process & has facet for ondontoid process Atlas
raise area on lateral surface of humerus 2 which deltiod muscle attaches Deltoid tuberosity
shoulder girdle bone that is unattached to the axial skeleton scapula
rounded nub in the humerus & adjoins the radius capitulum
all ribs articulate posterior with the? vertebrae of the spine
flat feet or weaker arches fallen arches
bones forming the knee joint femur & tibia
the bone in the transverse process that arteries and veins run through. only found on vertebrae transverse foreman
flat portion just between acromian and coracoid where humerus articulates. Glenoid fossa
point of the shoulder on the dorsal aspect acromian process
joint between the manubrium and body sternal angle
anterior depression, superior to trochlea, that receives part of the ulna when the forearm is flexed coronoid process
scapular region to which the clavicle connects Acromion
hole in which the spinal cord runs through vertebral foreman
opening in the hip bone formed by fusion of pubic and schia rami obuturator foreman
site of muscle attachment on the proximal end of the femur gluteal tuberosity
distal condyle of the humerus that articulates with the ulna trochlea
process forming the outer ankle lateral malleolus
facet for the rib-rough area dorsal looks like a giraffe it is found were pedicle meets the body. PRIMARY CURVATURE Thoracic vertebrae
winglike projection from the body of the bone ala
spines along the dorsal aspects. median sacral crest
indention between clavicular notches and medial notch jugular notch
cavity enclosing the nerve/ spinal cord vertebral foreman
points at the sides of articulating surface of humerus medial/lateral epicondyles
Created by: mizmchetz
 

 



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