Skeletal System - Part 2

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  1. Image UploadF
    Middle phalanges
  2. Image UploadG, H, I, J, K
    • G - Digit II
    • H - Digit III
    • I - Digit IV
    • J - Digit V
    • K - Distal phalanges
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    Crest of ilium
  4. Image UploadB
    Wing of ilium
  5. Image UploadC & M
    Acetabular bone
  6. Image UploadD
    Pubic tubercle
  7. Image UploadE
    Body of the pubis
  8. Image UploadF
    Acetabular notch
  9. Image UploadG
    Tuberosity of the ischium
  10. Image UploadH & I
    • H - Public symphysis
    • I - Ischial symphysis
  11. Image UploadJ
    Obturator foramen
  12. Image UploadK
    Body of the ischium
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    Spine of the ischium
  14. Image UploadN
    Spine of the ilium
  15. Image UploadO
  16. Image UploadA
    Greater trochanter
  17. Image UploadB
    Trochanteric fossa
  18. Image UploadC
  19. Image UploadD
    Fovea capitis
  20. Image UploadE
  21. Image UploadF
    Lesser trocanter
  22. Image UploadG
    Intertrocanteric line
  23. Image UploadH
    Medial condyle
  24. Image UploadI
    Intercondyloid fossa
  25. Image UploadJ
    Lateral condyle
  26. Image UploadK
    Medial epicondyle
  27. Image UploadL
    Patellar surface
  28. Image UploadM
    Lateral epicondyle
  29. Image UploadA
    Lateral condyle
  30. Image UploadB
  31. Image UploadC
    Medial condyle
  32. Image UploadD
    Popliteal notch
  33. Image UploadE
    Medial malleolus
  34. Image UploadF
    Lateral malleolus
  35. Image UploadG
    Tibial crest
  36. Image UploadH
  37. Image UploadI
    Lateral tuberosity
  38. Image UploadJ
    Tibial tuberosity
  39. Image UploadK
    Medial tuberosity
  40. What is vertebral formula for dogs and cats?
    C7 T13 LS3 Cd0-23
  41. ______ – AKA __________, made up of some
    16-17 different individually named bones that supports the base of the tongue, the pharynx, and larynx and helps the animal swallow.
    Hyoid Bone; hyoid apparatus
  42. _________ – is a single dorsally projecting process.
    _________ – there are two laterally projecting bone and vary in size among vertebrae and act as sites for muscle attachment and leverage to move the spine and trunk.
    _________ – are located on the cranial and caudal ends of the vertebral arches and help form the joints between adjacent vertebrae. Scientific name: the _____________.
    • Spinous Process
    • Transverse Process
    • Articular Processes
    • Pre Zygapophysis and Post Zygapophysis.
  43. The pelvic limb is directly connected to the
    axial skeleton through the _________ that unites the pelvis with the spinal column
    sacroiliac joint
  44. What is another name for the humerus?
    What is the name for the forearm?
    • brachium
    • antebrachium
  45. The articular surface for the scapula is the _____.
    Glenoid cavity.
  46. Joints where the bones are firmly united by
    fibrous tissue are called _______.
    Scientific name:
    Descriptive name:
    • Fibrous Joints
    • synarthroses
    • immovable
    • Sutures uniting the skull bones
  47. Joints that are capable of only a slight rocking movement are called _______.
    Scientific name:
    Descriptive name:
    • Cartilaginous Joints
    • amphiarthrosis
    • Slightly movable
    • intervertebral disks between the bodies of adjacent vertebrae, pubic symphysis, ischial symphysis and mandibular symphysis in some animals.
  48. _________ are what we usually think of when we hear the word joint. 
    Scientific name:
    Descriptive name:
    • Synovial joints
    • diarthroses also known as diarthrodial joint
    • Freely movable
    • temporal-mandibular joint, shoulder joint, tarsal joint, fetlock joint, phalanges, stifle joint, femur and acetabulum; humerus and scapula; ulna/radius and humerus; tibia/fibula and femur.
  49. Hinge Joints – are also called ______. One joint surface swivels around another. The only movements possible are flexion and extension. The ____ is a good example.
    • ginglymus joints
    • elbow joint
  50. Gliding Joints – are also known an ______. The main movement possible are flexion and extension, but some abduction and adduction
    may also be possible. The ______ are good examples of gliding joint.
    • arthrodial joints
    • carpus and TMJ
  51. Pivot joints are also known as ________. One bone pivots (rotates) on another. The only movement possible is rotation. Example: 
    • trochoid joints
    • Shoulder joint
  52. Ball-and–Socket joints are also called ________. These joints permit flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, rotation, and circumduction. Examples: 
    • spheroidal joints
    • shoulder and hip joints
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Skeletal System - Part 2
2013-10-11 18:52:46
Canine Feline Vet Tech Skeletal System

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