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Dr Rodgers Bones

Names of the major bones in the skeletal system

QuestionAnswer
skull bones cranium
collar bone clavicle
the manly 'Italian' bone - at the top of the sternum manubrium
the bone to which the ribs attach (sort of) sternum
the bones that protect the lungs ribs
the rib cartilage cartilage costochondral cartilage
neck bones cervical
spine bones where the ribs attach thoracic
low back bones lumbar
innominate or pelvis ilium
its not a funny bone, even if it is part of your funny bone area humerus
arm bone on the side that the thumb rotates radius
arm on the little finger side ulna
wrist bones carpals
palm bones after the wrist bones metacarpals
fingers or toes phalanges
your bone you don't let just anybody 'experience', your sacred area sacrum
leg bone femur
knee bone -- here doggie. . . patella
inside leg bone tibia
most easily broken bone, on the outside of the leg fibula
ankle bone - running for the airplane tarsals
foot bones after the ankle bones metatarsals
shoulder blade scapula
Created by: drjuliadrodgers