Bones

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Bones
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2013-06-27 15:13:36
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EEOB 2510 Skull & Vertebrae
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    • 1. Frontal
    • 2. Parietal
    • 3. Occipital 
    • 4. Temporal
    • 5. Sphenoid
    • 6. Jugal/Zygoma
    • 7. Maxilla
    • 8. Premaxilla
    • 9. Nasal
    • 1. Nasolacrimal canal
    • 2. Optic foramen
    • 3. Orbital fissure
    • 4. External auditory meatus
    • 1. Palatine
    • 2. Presphenoid
    • 3. Basisphenoid
    • 4. Tympanic bulla
    • 5. Occipital condyles 
    • 6. Foramen magnum
    • 7. Mastoid Process
    • 8. External auditory meatus
    • 9. Maxilla
    • 10. Premaxilla
    • 1. Ramus
    • 2. Coronoid process
    • 3. Condyloid process
    • 4. Angular process
    • 5. Body
    • 1. Cervical (7)
    • 2. Thoracic (13)
    • 3. Lumbar (7)
    • 4. Sacral (3)
    • 5. Caudal (varies)
    • 1. Spinous process
    • 2. Transverse process
    • 1. Atlas
    • 2. Axis
    • 3. Ondontoid process
  1. Axial region
    Middle
  2. Appendicular region
    Related to arms & legs
  3. Cephalic
    Related to head
  4. Manus
    Related to hand
  5. Pedal
    Related to foot
  6. Cervical
    Related to neck
  7. Pubic
    Related to genital
  8. Superior
    Above
  9. Anterior
    • Front
    • (Cat - towards head)
  10. Ventral
    • Front
    • (Cat - belly)
  11. Medial
    Towards midline
  12. Proximal
    Close to where limb meets body
  13. Superficial
    Shallow
  14. Inferior
    Below
  15. Posterior
    • Back
    • (Cat - tail)
  16. Dorsal
    • Back 
    • (Cat - back)
  17. Lateral
    Away from midline
  18. Distal
    Farther from where limb meets body
    • 1. Clavicle
    • 2. Humerus
    • 3. Scapula
    • 1. Rib
    • 2. Clavicle
    • 3. Sternum
    • 4. Costal cartilages
    • 5. Xiphoid process
    • 1. Spine
    • 2. Acromion process
    • 3. Metacromion processes
    • 4. Glenoid fossa
    • 5. Corocoid process
    • 1. Head 
    • 2. Lesser tuberosity
    • 3. Greater tuberosity
    • 1. Olecranon fossa
    • 2. Lateral epicondyle
    • 3. Trochlea
    • 4. Medial epicondyle
    • 1. Medial epicondyle 
    • 2. Trochlea
    • 3. Capitulum
  19. 1. Supracondyloid foramen
    • 1. Radius
    • 2. Ulna
    • 3. Olecranon
    • 4. Semilunar notch
    • 1. Ilium
    • 2. Pubis
    • 3. Obturator foramen
    • 4. Ischium
    • 5. Acetabulum
    • 1. Medial condyle
    • 2. Lateral condyle
    • 3. Lateral epicondyle 
    • 4. Lateral epicondyle
    • 5. Neck
    • 6. Head
    • 7. Greater trochanter
    • 8. Lesser trochanter
    • 1. Lateral condyle
    • 2. Fibula
    • 3. Lateral malleolus 
    • 4. Medial malleolus
    • 5. Tibia
    • 6. Tibial crest
    • 7. Medial condyle
    • 1. Phalanges/digits
    • 2. Metatarsals 
    • 3. Tarsals
    • 4. Calcaneus
    • 1. Phalanges
    • 2. Metacarpals
    • 3. Carpals

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