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24 Cards in this Set

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Can move in 2 planes? (thumb)
Saddle joint
Example of hinge joint
Femur and tibia/fibula
Example of hinge joint
Femur and tibia/fibula
Ex. of ball and socket joint
Femur and hip
Outer portion of intervertebral disc
Annulus fibrosis
Central portion of intervertebral disc
Nucleus pulposis
Thoracic and sacral kyphosis is _____ at birth and so is called ______
present; primary
Cervical and lumbar develop during _____ and are called _____
infancy; secondary
Typical vertebrae; have transverse foramina and a BIFID SPINE
Has no body or spine; holds head; has articulations for occipital condyles
Has a dens that the atlas pivots on
Axis (C2)
Has a vertebra prominens (easily palpated)
Have long sloping spines and demifacets for articulation with ribs (T2-8); best motion side bending
What is best motion for cervical vertebrae?
Large bodies for weigh bearing; best motion flexion and extension; spinous process are blunt and protrude almost posteriorly
Articular surface for ilium; have no motion except btwn ____ and ____
Sacral; L5, sacrum
All are fused and have no motion
Articulates with clavicle and 1st rib
One rib makes ____ bony contacts
Three (vert above-inf demifacet and vert belwo-sup demifacet and transverse proscess)
Example of syndemosis
Tibia and fibula
What are the five functions of the skeleton?
Support, protection, movement, blood cell reproduction, and mineral reservoir
Collect from smaller veins
Medial leg, knee and thigh all to femoral vein
Greater saphenous
Posterior leg midline into pop. fossa to popliteal vein (lateral)
Lesser saphenous