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axial skeletal
bones that lie around the longitudinal axis of the body
Skull
Hyoid
Auditory ossicles
Vertebral column
Thorax
appendicular skeleton
upper & lower limbs and girdles
pectoral girdle
upper limbs
pelvic girdles
lower limbs
five main types of bones
long, short, flat, irregular, sesamoid
depression bone surface markings
fissure
foramen
fossa
sulcus
meatus
fissure
narrow slit
between adjacent parts of bones
nerves and blood vessels pass through
foramen
hole
an opening through which blood vessels, nerves, or ligaments pass
fossa
shallow depression
sulcus
furrow
along a bone surface
accommodates a blood vessel, nerve or tendon
meatus
tubelike opening
processes that form joints
condyle
facet
head
condyle
large, round protuberance at the end of a bone
facet
smooth flat articular surface
head
rounded articular projection supported on the neck of a bone
processes that form attachment points for connective tissue
crest
epicondyle
line
spinous process
trochanter
tubercle
tuberosity
crest
prominent ridge or elongated projection
epicondyle
projection above a condyle
line
long, narrow ridge or border
(less prominent than a crest)
spinous process
sharp, slender projection
trochanter
very large projection
tubercle
small, rounded projection
tuberosity
large, rounded projection