Human Anatomy Lab: Pelvic Girdle and thigh skeletons

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Human Anatomy Lab: Pelvic Girdle and thigh skeletons
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BIO 377 Naming the skeletons of the pelvic girdle and thigh
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  1. What is this a view of?
    Lateral view of the right pelvic girdle
  2. What is this a view of?
    Medial view of the right pelvic girdle
  3. What is A?
    Posterior
  4. What is B?
    Anterior
  5. What is #1?
    Ilium
  6. What is #2?
    Ischium
  7. What is #3?
    Pubis
  8. What is #1?
    Iliac crest
  9. What is #3?
    Anterior superior iliac spine
  10. What is #5?
    Anterior inferior iliac spine
  11. What is #18?
    Greater sciatic notch
  12. What is #17?
    Posterior inferior iliac spine
  13. What is #5?
    Auricular surface
  14. What is #4?
    Posterior superior iliac spine
  15. What is #3?
    Iliac tuberosity
  16. What is #2?
    Iliac fossa
  17. What is #19?
    Spine of ischium
  18. What is #20?
    Lesser sciatic notch
  19. What is #21?
    Ischial tuberosity
  20. What is #14?
    Inferior ramus of ischium
  21. What is #19?
    Superior ramus of pubis
  22. What is #11?
    Pubic tubercle
  23. What is #22?
    Symphysial surface
  24. What is #12?
    Inferior pubic ramus
  25. What is #13?
    Obturator foramen
  26. What is #8?
    Acetabulum
  27. What is this a view of?
    Anterior view of the right femur
  28. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of the right femur
  29. What is #1?
    Head
  30. What is #4?
    Fovea
  31. What is this a view of?
    Medial view of the head of the right femur
  32. What is #2?
    Neck
  33. What is #3?
    Greater trochanter
  34. What is #5?
    Lesser trochanter
  35. What is #4?
    Intertrochanteric line (anterior side)
  36. What is #4?
    Intertrochanteric crest (posterior side)
  37. What is #6?
    Gluteral tuberosity (lateral)
  38. What is #7?
    Pectineal line (medial)
  39. What is #6?
    Body of femur
  40. What is #8?
    Linea aspera
  41. What is #14?
    Medial condyle
  42. What is #16?
    Lateral condyle
  43. What is #7?
    Medial epicondyle
  44. What is #10?
    Lateral epicondyle
  45. What is #11?
    Patellar surface
  46. What is #15?
    Intercondylar fossa
  47. What is this a view of?
    Anterior surface of the right patella
  48. What is this a view of?
    Inferior surface of the right patella
  49. What is #1?
    Base
  50. What is #4?
    Apex
  51. What is #1?
    Medial articular surface
  52. What is #2?
    Lateral articular surface
  53. What is this a view of?
    Anterior view of the right knee
  54. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of the right knee.
  55. What is #11?
    Fibular collateral ligament
  56. What is #4?
    Tibial collateral ligament
  57. What is #6?
    Anterior cruciate ligament (connects to anterior side of tibia)
  58. What is #3?
    Posterior cruciate ligament (connects to posterior side of tibia)
  59. What is #5?
    Medial meniscus
  60. What is #10?
    Lateral meniscus
  61. What is A?
    Patellar ligament


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