SKeleTal BoNeS & mUscLeS

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SKeleTal BoNeS & mUscLeS
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  1. Internal intercostals; Depresses ribs, exhalation
  2. Steinocleidomastoid; Sternum, clavicle , coronoid process of mandible
  3. 4A & 4B
    Zygomaticus minor and major
  4. #2
    Orbicularis oculi; squinting
  5. #5
    Platysma; Pull angle of mouth down
  6. #3
    buccinator; compress cheek
  7. #8
    Crista galli; ethmoid
  8. #9
    Cribriform plate; ethmoid
  9. #5
    Lesser wings; sphenoid
  10. #6
    Optic foramen; sphenoid
  11. 5
    Body
  12. Arms away from body; angle increases
    Extention
  13. jaw closed; down
    depression
  14. up; jaw opens
    elevation
  15. Bone that DOES NOT articulate with other bones
    Hyoid bone
  16. Axial skeleton consists of
    Skull, hyoid bone, vertebral column, sternum
  17. 3 bones in middle ear
    auditory ossicles
    • Temporal bone & parietal bone joined by
    • Squamous suture
  18. C
    • Joins frontal and parietal bones
    • coronal suture
    • Joins parietal and occipital bones
    • lambdoid suture
    • Mid line of parietal bone
    • Sagittal suture
  19. Largest of all fontanels, between parietal bones and frontal bone
    anterior
  20. Between parietal bones & occipital
    Occipital
  21. At junction frontal, parietal, temporal, and sphenoid bones
    Sphenoidal
  22. At junction of parietal, occipital, and temporal bones
    Mastoid
  23. Vertebra columns purpose
    Enclose and protect spinal cord
  24. Transverse foramen passageway for....
    Blood vessels
  25. First cervical vertebra
    Atlas
  26. Second cervical vertebra
    Axis
  27. Odontoid process or dens found on...
    Axis
  28. Number of vertebrae fused to make sacrum
    5
  29. Tubercles of ribs articulate with...
    Transverse process of the thoracic vertebrae
  30. Medial end of clavicle articulates with....
    Manubrium
  31. Sternum consists of...
    body, manubruim, xiphoid process
  32. Space between ribs...
    Intercostal space
  33. True ribs also called
    vertebrosternal
  34. False ribs also called...
    vertebrochondral
  35. Last 2 pairs of false ribs known as. . .
    Vertebral or floating ribs
  36. Synovial, gliding, between sternum & ribs, slight movement
    Sternocostal joint
  37. Cartilaginous, symphysis, amphiarthoric
    Intervertebral joint
  38. Synovial, ellipsoid, flexion/extension & circumduction
    Atlantooccipital joint
  39. Synovial, gliding, flexion/ extension, slight rotation
    Intervertebral joint
  40. Synovial, hinged ,elevation/ depression & protraction/ retraction
    Temporomandibular
  41. Synovial, pivot, rotation
    Atlantoaxial
  42. Synovial, gliding, rotation
    Sacroiliac
  43. Wrinkles forehead & raises eyebrow
    Epicranius frontalis
  44. Assists in wrinkling forehead and raising eyebrow
    Epicranius occipitalis
  45. Squinting eyes
    Orbicularis occuli
  46. Puckers lips
    Orbicularis oris
  47. Compresses cheek (Fish face)
    Buccinator
  48. Draws corners of mouth up (Smiling)
    Zygomaticus; minor & major
  49. Pulls mouth down (Pouting)
    Platysma
  50. Elevates mandible (Mastication), zygomatic arch, angle of mandible
    Massester
  51. Temporal bone and coronoid process of mandible, elevates mandible
    Temporalis
  52. Rotates head side to side, sternum, clavicle & mastoid process of temporal
    Sternocleidomastoid
  53. extension and lateral flexion of vertebral column
    Erector spinae (Longissimus thoracic)
  54. Elevates ribs, inhalation
    External intercostals
  55. Depresses ribs, exhalation
    Internal intercostals
  56. flex trunk, compresses abdominal organs
    • External obliques - outward, iliac crest
    • Internal obliques - inward, lower 3 ribs
    • Transverse abdominus - lower 7 ribs
  57. Point of attachment with no movement
    Origin
  58. Easily movable point of attachment
    Insertion
  59. Sheet of tendinous tissue
    Aponeurosis

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