Boney Landmarks

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  1. How many bones are in the skull?
    29 bones
  2. How many bones are in the vertebrae?
    26 bones
  3. How many bones are in the pelvis?
    3 pairs of bones
  4. How many bones are in the ribs?
    12 pairs of bones
  5. How many bones are in the sternum?
    1 bone
  6. How many bones are in the arm?
    3 pairs of bones
  7. How many bones are in the upper extremity?
    32 pairs of bones (64 individual)
  8. How many bones in the forearm?
    2 pairs of bones
  9. How many bones are in the hand?
    27 pairs of bones
  10. How many bones in the lower extremity?
    32 pairs of bones (64 individual)
  11. How many bones are in the thigh?
    2 pairs of bones
  12. How many bones are in the leg (shank)?
    2 pairs of bones
  13. How many bones are in the foot?
    28 pairs of bones
  14. What are the boney landmarks of the foot?
    • TARSALS
    • Talus - talar dome, medial talar head, lateral taller head, and taller neck
    • calcaneus
    • navicular - navicular tuberosity
    • cuboid
    • cuneiforms - medial, intermediate, and lateral

    • METATARSALS
    • dorsal midline of the metatarsals
    • metatarsal heads
    • base of the 5th metatarsal

    • PHALANGES
    • dorsal midline of the proximal phalanx
    • dorsal midline of the middle phalanx
    • dorsal midline of the distal phalanx

    • JOINTS
    • metatarsophalangeal joints
    • proximal interphalangeal joints
    • distal interphalangeal joints
  15. What are the boney landmarks of the pelvis bone?
    • ILIUM
    • posterior iliac crest
    • lateral iliac crest
    • anterior superior iliac spine
    • anterior inferior iliac spine
    • posterior superior iliac spine

    • ISCHIUM
    • ischial tuberosity

    • PUBIS
    • symphysis pubis
  16. What are the boney landmarks of the clavicle?
    • sternal articulation
    • conoid (posterior) tubercle
    • acromial articulation
  17. What are the boney landmarks of femur?
    • femoral head
    • anatomical neck
    • greater trochanter
    • lesser trochanter
    • femoral shaft
    • lateral epicondyle
    • medial epicondyle
    • adductor tubercle
    • lateral condyle
    • medial condyle
    • trochlear groove
    • intercondylar notch (fossa)
  18. What are the boney landmarks of the hand?
    • CARPALS
    • scaphoid
    • lunate
    • triquetrum
    • pisiform
    • trapezium
    • trapezoid
    • capitate
    • hamate
    • hook of the hamate

    • METACARPALS
    • dorsal midline of the metacarpals

    • PHALANGES
    • dorsal midline of the proximal phalanges
    • dorsal midline of the middle phalanges
    • dorsal midline of the distal phalanges

    • JOINTS
    • carpometacarpal joint
    • metacarpophalangeal joint
    • proximal interphalangeal joint
    • distal interphalangeal joint
  19. What are the boney landmarks of the skull?
    • Occiput - external occipital protuberance and superior nuchal line
    • external auditory meatus
    • apex of the skull
    • mastoid process
    • mandible
  20. What are the boney landmarks of humerus?
    • humeral head
    • anatomical neck
    • greater tuberosity
    • lesser tuberosity
    • intertubercular (bicipital) groove
    • deltoid tuberosity
    • humeral shaft
    • medial humeral epicondyle
    • trochlea
    • capitulum
    • lateral humeral epicondyle
    • olecranon fossa
  21. What are the boney landmarks of the tibias and fibula?
    • medial tibial plateau
    • lateral tibial plateau
    • intercondylar eminence
    • anterior tibial tuberosity
    • medial tibial tuberosity (pes)
    • lateral tibial tuberosity (gerdy's)
    • anterior border of tibial shaft
    • medial malleolus
    • fibular notch
    • fibular head
    • fibular shaft
    • lateral malleolus
  22. What are the boney landmarks of the lumbar vertebrae?
    • body of vertebrae
    • pedicle
    • transverse process
    • laminae
    • spinous process
  23. What are the boney landmarks of the patella
    • base
    • apex
    • vertical ridge
    • facet for medial condyle of femur
    • facet for lateral condyle of femur
  24. What are the boney landmarks of the ulna and radius?
    • olecranon
    • coronoid process
    • ulnar shaft
    • ulnar head
    • ulnar styloid
    • radial head
    • radial tuberosity
    • radial shaft
    • extensor grooves of radius
    • radial styloid
  25. What are the boney landmarks of the ribs?
    • true ribs (7 pairs)
    • false ribs (3 pairs)
    • floating ribs (2 pairs)
    • lateral border of ribs
    • angle of ribs
  26. What are the boney landmarks of the atlas?
    • lateral tubercles
    • transverse foramen
    • posterior tubercle
    • vertebral canal
  27. What are the boney landmarks of the axis?
    • odontoid process (dens)
    • transverse processes
    • transverse foramen
    • spinous process
  28. What are the boney landmarks of sternum?
    • sternal notch
    • manubrium
    • sternal angle
    • body of sternum
    • xiphoid process
  29. What are the boney landmarks of the scapula?
    • anterior acromial border
    • posterior acromial border
    • superior angle
    • inferior angle
    • supraspinous fossa
    • infraspinous fossa
    • medial (vertebral) border
    • axillary (lateral) border
    • spine of scapulae
    • root of spine of scapulae
    • glenoid fossa
    • coracoid process
    • subscapular fossa
  30. What are the boney landmarks of the spine?
    • cervical vertebrae - 7 total
    • thoracic vertebrae - 12 total
    • lumbar vertebrae - 5 total
    • sacral vertebrae - 5 total fused
    • coccygeal vertebrae - 4 total fused
  31. What are the boney landmarks of thoracic vertebrae?
    • body of vertebrae
    • transverse process
    • spinous process

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