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SCIT 1407 flash cards for Chapter 8: The Appendicular Skeleton with Dr. Alegre.
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  1. Name the number of bones found in the axial skeleton.
    80
  2. Name the number of bones found in the appendicular skeleton.
    126
  3. Name the total number of bones found in the human body.
    206
  4. Name the bones that form the pectoral girdle.
    • Clavicles-2
    • Scapulae-2
  5. Name the bone that is the medial end of the clavicle.
    sternal
  6. Name the bone that is the distal end of the clavicle.
    acrominal
  7. Name the bone that is the broader end of the clavicle.
    acrominal
  8. Name the medial tubercle of the humerus.
    lesser tubercle
  9. Name the lateral tubercle of the humerus.
    greater tubercle
  10. Name the bone that contains the olecranon.
    ulna
  11. Name the two processes where the ulna and radius attach to the wrist.
    • styloid process of the ulna
    • styloid process of the radius
  12. Name the cavity where the scapula articulates with the humerus.
    glenoid cavity
  13. Name the anterior process of the scapula.
    coracoid process
  14. Name the posterior process of the scapula.
    acrominal process
  15. Name the number of carpals.
    16
  16. Name the bone that sits anterior to the triquetrum.
    pisiform
  17. Name the number of metacarpals.
    10
  18. Name the number of phalanges found in the hand.
    14
  19. Name the bone also referred to as the ossa coxae.
    hip bones
  20. Name the three bones that form the ossa coxae.
    • ilium
    • ischium
    • pubis
  21. Name the bone that you rest on when in a sitting position.
    ischial tuberosity
  22. Name an important function of the lesser, true pelvis.
    birth canal
  23. Name the longest, heaviest bone in the human body.
    femur
  24. Name the prominence that runs along the posterior surface of the femur.
    linea aspera
  25. Name the type of bone classification that the patella falls into.
    sesamoid
  26. Name the process that provides lateral stability from the leg to the ankle.
    lateral malleolus
  27. Name the number of bones found in the tarsus.
    7
  28. Name the largest tarsal bone.
    Calcaneus
  29. Name the number of phalanges found in the foot.
    14
  30. Name the proper name for the big toe.
    Hallux
  31. The scapula has two large processes called the ____________ and the _____________.
    The scapula has two large processes called the coracoids and the acromion.
  32. The medial and lateral epicondyles?
    Provide addtional surface for muscle attachment
  33. There are _____ metatarsals in each foot.
    5 metatarsals in each foot
  34. When standing, most of the weight of the body is transferred from the _____ to the _____.
    When standing, most of the weight of the body is transferred from the talus to the calcaneous.

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