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  1. Purpose of joints
    • Allow movement
    • Directed not random
    • Provide stability
    • Bone growth site
  2. Tibial Tuberosity
    Tibia top/ middle view
  3. Annulus Fibrosis
    • (Intervertebral discs)
    • Ligament and fibrocartilage around outside
  4. All names of the carpal bone
    • 1. pisiform
    • 2. Triquetral
    • 3. Lunate
    • 4. Scaphoid
    • 5. Trapezium
    • 6.Trapezoid
    • 7. Capitate
    • 8. Hamate
  5. All names of the tarsal bones
    • 1. Calcaneus
    • 2. Talus
    • 3. Cuboid
    • 4. Navicular
    • 5. Medial 1st cuneiform
    • 6. Intermediate 2nd cuneiform
    • 7. Lateral 3rd cuneiform
  6. Pelvis of males
    • Thicker
    • Narrower
    • Pelvic arch 50*- 60*
  7. Pelvis of females
    • Lighter
    • Thinner
    • Smoother
    • Pubic arch 80*- 90*
    • Wider inlet and outlet
  8. Herniated Disk
    • Rupture of annulus fibrosus
    • Herniation of nucleus pulposus
    • Pressure on nerves or spinal cord
  9. The ages the fontanels close
    The anterior fontanel closes at one and a half to two years of age
  10. Function of the lacrimal fossa
    Drains tears to nasal cavity
  11. Scoliosis
    • Abnormal lateral curvature
    • Less then 10*
  12. Lordosis
    Excess lumbar curvature
  13. Kyphosis
    Excess thoracic curvature
  14. Four fontanels of the fetal skeleton
    • 1. Anterior fontanel
    • 2. Posterior forntanel
    • 3. Mastoid fontanel
    • 4. sphenoid fontanel
  15. Spinal curves of the four groups
    • 1. Cervical- Concave Posteriorly
    • 2. Thoracic- Convex Posteriorly
    • 3. Lumbar- Concave Posteriorly
    • 4. Sacral- Convex Posteriorly
  16. Linea Aspera
    Shaft of femur
  17. Three parts of the pelvis
    • lilum
    • Ishium
    • Pubic
  18. Atlas
    • Occipital Condyles
    • Articulate with C1
    • Movement- nod yes
  19. Axis
    • Dens- extends superiorly from body
    • C2
    • Movement- nod no
  20. Total number of phalanges
    14
  21. Calvaria
    Skull cap
  22. Nucleus Pulposus
    • (intervertebral discs)
    • Gelatinous Center
  23. Olecranon Process
    • Olecranon fossa
    • Part of your ulna
  24. What is an articulation
    • Any point of joining between:
    • Bone- Bone
    • Bone- Cartilage
    • Bone- Teeth
    • Cartilage- Cartilage
  25. Head of the radius
    • Capitulum
    • Radial notch
    • Radial fossa
  26. Medial Malleolus
    Tibia bottom knotch
  27. Acetabulum
    Cuplike cavity on lateral surface of the hip bone that receives the femur.
  28. Fovea Capitis
    The ball like head of the femur has a small cental pit called the fovea capitis.
  29. Seaamoid bone
    • (in patella)
    • Embedded in tendon
    • Patellar surface (femur)
    • Protects and stabilizes knee
  30. Function classifications of joints
    • 1. Synarthrosis--> no joint movement
    • 2. Amphiarthrosis--> minor joint movement
    • 3. Diaarthrosis--> complete joint movement
  31. Structural classifications of joints
    • 1. Bony fusion--> synostosis
    • 2. Fibrous joint--> no joint cavity
    • 3. Cartilaginous joint--> no joint cavity
    • 4. Synovial joint--> synovial cavity

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