Chapter 6 Part 2

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  1. Hole in the bone
    Foramen
  2. Boney protrusion off the main bone
    Process
  3. - Division of the skeleton that consist of all the bones from the cranium down to the coccyx
    Axial
  4. Axial includes? 
    • Thoracic cage (Ribs/ Sternum)
    • Vertebral Column,
    • Sacrum
  5. Everything else 
    -Arm bone/ Leg bone
    -Meet @ pertoral girdle (shoulder) & Pelvic girdle (pelvis)
    Appendicular
  6. Appendicular includes?
    • Scapula, 
    • Clavicle 
    • Arm/Leg bones
    • Carpals/Tarpals 
    • (meta) Phalanges
  7. What are the two skeletal division?
    • 1. Axial
    • 2. Appendicular
  8. Cranium consist of?
    • 1 Frontal
    • 2 Parietal
    • 2 Temporal
    • 1 Occipital
  9. Contains framen magneum in which the brain & skull cords meet.
    Occipital
  10. Only bone NOT connected to any other bone.
    Fxn: All tongue muscles are pulled
    Hyoid
  11. - CT membrane b/w parietal bones of a newborn 
    - Will become immovable joints b/w these bones called sutures
    Fontanels
  12. Abnormal lateral curve
    Scoliosis
  13. Abnormal theracic curve (Hunchback)
    Kyphosis
  14. Abnormal Lumbar curve (swayback)
    Lordosis
  15. Tailbone
    1 Coccyx
  16. Develop when you have full control of your head
    Cervical Curve
  17. Develop when you stat to walk
    Lumbar
  18. Developed since birth 
    (Born with)
    Thoracic
  19. 4 Types of process
    • 1. Odontoid 
    • 2. Xiphoid
    • 3. Acromion
    • 4. Olecranum
  20. - On the axis bone (C2).
    - It allows you to say "no" by pivoting your head
    Odontoid Process
  21. On the sturnum, you feel for this when you are dong CPR, compression
    Xiphoid Process
  22. On scapula bone, when most upper arm muscle are attached
    Acromion Process
  23. - On the ulna
    - Makes your elbow
    Olecranum Process
  24. 3 types of rib bone
    • 1. True
    • 2. False
    • 3. Floating
  25. Directly connected to the sturnum
    True Rib Bone
  26. Indirectly connected to the sturnum
    False Rib Bone
  27. Not connected to the sturnum at all.
    Floating Rib Bone
  28. Shoulder blade
    (BPart)
    Scapula
  29. Collar Bone
    (BPart)
    Clavicle
  30. Upper arm bone
    (BPart)
    Humerus
  31. Forearm Bones
    (BPart)
    Radius/Ulna
  32. Makes the elbow
    (BPart)
    Ulna
  33. Thumb side of the wrist 
    (BPart)
    Radius
  34. Wrist Bone
    (BPart)
    Carpals
  35. Palm Bone 
    (BPart)
    MetaCarpals
  36. Fingers/Toes
    (BPart)
    Phalanges
  37. Each one is made up of 3 bones that are formed together
    2 Coxae Bone
  38. 3 Bones in Coxae
    • 1. Ilium
    • 2. Ischium
    • 3. Pubis
  39. Sit-on
    Ischium
  40. Joints the other coxae by a fibrocartilage pad
    Pubis
  41. Each coxae has a deepsochet called?
    Acetabulum
  42. Where the hood of the femur anticulates with it
    Acetabulum

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