A&P Skull

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A&P Skull
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2013-02-15 22:10:29
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Skeletal system(skull)
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  1. What are the 2 categories of the bone?
    -Axial Skeleton 

    -Appendicular Skeleton
  2. What are the functions of the bone?
    • -Support
    • -Protection
    • -Body movement
    • -Hematopesis
    • -Fat Storage
    • -Mineral Storage
  3. -Axial Skeleton(blue)

    -Appendicular Skeleton(pink)
  4. -Sternum

    -Coastal Cartilages
  5. - Skull

    -Ribs
  6. - Lumbar Vertebrae

    - Sacrum

    - Coccyx
  7. - Cervical

    - Thorasic                       

    - Lumbar

    -* Vertebrae
  8. Anterior View?
    Front view
  9. Posterior view?
    Behind view
  10. Classification of bones?
    - Long bones

    - Short bones

    - Flat bones

    - Irregular bones

    - Sesamoid bones
  11. Longer then they are wide(ex. humerous, radius)
    Long bone
  12. Bones that are somewhat cube shaped(ex. Tarsals(ankle bones), Carpals(wristbones))
    Short bones
  13. Thin with 2 layers of compact bones sandwiching spongybone(ex. Cranial bone(skull), ribs, sculpa)
    Flat bones
  14. Bones with varied shapes(ex. Vertebrae)
    Irregular bones
  15. Sutural bones, bones within the sutures(joints) of the skull?
    Woramian bones
  16. Bones that develop in tendons(ex. patellae(Knee caps))
    Sesamoid bones
  17. - Femur

    - Patella

    - Patella Tendons

    -Tibia
  18. Long bone(Femur or thighbone)
  19. Flat bone(parietal bone from roof skull)
  20. Irregular bone(sphenoid bone from skull)
  21. Short bone(carpal or wristbone)
  22. All are wormian bones
  23. -Reveals where the bones form joints

    - Where muscles, tendons, and ligaments attach

    - Where blood vessels and nerves are passed
    Bone Markings
  24. 2 groups Bone markings?
    - Projections/process

    - Depression/ cavities
  25. Frontal bone
  26. Sphenoid bone
  27. Ethmoid bone
  28. Parietal bone
  29. Occipital bone
  30. Temporal bone
  31. Vomer bone
  32. Mandible bone
  33. Zygomatic bone
  34. Lacrimal bone
  35. Nasal bone
  36. Maxilla
  37. Anterior aspect of the skull
  38. Parietal bone
  39. Frontal squama of Frontal bone
  40. Nasal bone
  41. Sphenoid bone(greater wing)
  42. Temporal bone
  43. Ethmoid bone
  44. Zygomatic bone
  45. Infraorbital foramen of maxilla
  46. Maxilla
  47. Mandible
  48. Mental foramen of mandible
  49. Mandibular symphysis
  50. Frontal bone
  51. Glabella
  52. Frontonasal suture
  53. Supraorbital foramen(notch)
    • Middle nasal concha
    •                                   
    • Perpendicular plate

    *Ethmoid bone
  54. Vomer bone
  55. * Hard plate

    - Maxilla(Palatine Process)

    -Palatine bone(horizontal plate)
  56. Zygomatic bone
  57. Temporal bone(zygomatic process)
  58. Vomer
  59. Mandibular Fossa of Temporal bone
  60. Mastoid Process of Temporal bone
  61. Styloid Process of Temporal bone
  62. Temporal bone(petrous portion)
  63. Parietal bone
  64. External Auditory Meatus of Temporal

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