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Name the important skeletal features of the FRONTAL (1) bone and the important associated structures.
1. frontal sinus
Name the important skeletal features of the OCCIPITAL (5)bone and the important associated structures.
1. occipital condyle
2. foramen magnum (spinal cord)
3.hypoglossal canal (nerve
Name the important skeletal features of the ETHMOID (6)bone and the important associated structures.
1. ethmoid sinuses
2. crista galli
3. cribriform plate (olfactory nerves)
Name the important skeletal features of the SPHENOID (8)bone and the important associated structures.
1. sphenoid sinus
2. greater and lesser wings
3. pterygoid processes
4. optic foramen(optic nerve)
Name the important skeletal features of the OCCIPITAL (5)bone and the important associated structures.
4. transverse sulcus (transverse sinus vein)5.posterior cranial fossa (cerebellum)
Name the important skeletal features of the ETHMOID (6)bone and the important associated structures.
4. perpendicular plate
5. superior nasal conchae
6. middle nasal conchae
Name the important skeletal features of the SPHENOID (8)bone and the important associated structures.
5. foramen ovale (mandibular nerve)
6. foraen rotundum (maxillary nerve)
Name the important skeletal features of the SPHENOID (8)bone and the important associated structures.
7. sella turcica (pituitary gland)
8. superior orbital fissure (ophthalmic nerve)
Name the important skeletal features of the TEMPORAL(9)bone and the important associated structures.
1. internal auditory meatus (auditory nerve)
2. external auditory meatus
3. jugular fossa / foramen
Name the important skeletal features of the TEMPORAL(9)bone and the important associated structures.
4. Styloid process
5. mastoid process
6. carotid canal (internal carotid artery)
Name the important skeletal features of the TEMPORAL(9)bone and the important associated structures.
7. Stylomastoid foramen (facial nerve)
8. ear ossicles
9. zygomatic process
Name the important skeletal features of the PARIETAL (4)bone and the important associated structures.
1. coronal suture
2. sagittal suture
3. lambdoidal suture
4. squamosal suture
Name the important skeletal features of the MANDIBLE (4)bone and the important associated structures.
1. mental foramen (mandibular vessels/nerves)
2. mandibular foramen (dental vessels/ nerves)
Name the important skeletal features of the MANDIBLE (4)bone and the important associated structures.
3. coronoid process
4. condylar process
Name the important skeletal features of the MAXILLA (3)bone and the important associated structures.
1. maxillary sinus
2. infraorbital foramen (infraorbital vessels/nerves)
3. inferior orbital fissure
Name the other bones of the SKULL.
zygomatic, palatine, nasal, inferior nasal conchae, vomer, lacrimal (nasolacrimal canal), hyoid
Name the important features of VERTEBRAE (14).
1. body
2. pedicle
3. lamina
4. superior articular process
Name the important features of VERTEBRAE (14).
5. superior articular facets
6. inferior articular process
7. inferior articular facets
8. costal articular facets
Name the important features of VERTEBRAE (14).
9. spinous processes
10. transverse process
11. transverse foramne (vertebral vessels)
Name the important features of VERTEBRAE (14).
12. intervertebral notch and foramen (spinal nerves)
13. verterbral foramen (spinal cord)
Name the important features of VERTEBRAE (14).
14. odontoid process (aka dens) - axis only
Name the important features of the RIBS (3)
1. head
2. neck
3. tubercle
Name the important features of the STERNUM (3)
1. body
2. manubrium
3. xiphoid process
Name the important features of the SCAPULA (7)
1. glenoid fossa
2. spine
3. supraspinous fossa
4. infraspinous fossa
Name the important features of the SCAPULA (7)
5. subscapular fossa
6. acromion
7. coracoid process
Name the important features of the HUMERUS (10)
1. head
2. neck
3. greater tubercles
4. lesser tubercles
Name the important features of the HUMERUS (10)
5. Capitulum
6. Trochlea
7. Medial epicondyle
8. Lateral epicondyle
Name the important features of the HUMERUS (10)
9. Deltoid tuberosity
10. Olecranon fossa
Name the important features of the ULNA (5)
1. Olecranon process
2. Trochlear notch (aka semilunar notch)
3. Radial notch
Name the important features of the ULNA (5)
4. Styloid process
5. Coronoid process
Name the important features of the RADIUS (4)
1. Head
2. Neck
3. Radial tuberosity
4. Styloid process
Name the bones of the hand
carpals (8)
metacarpals (1-5)
phalanges (proximal, middle, distal)
Name the important features of the OS COXAE (4)
1. Sacroiliac joint
2. Obturator foramen
3. Acetabulum
4. Pubic Symphysis
Name the important features of the ILIUM (4)
1. iliac crest
2. anterior superior spine
3. anterior inferior spine
4. greater sciatic notch(nrv)
Name the important features of the ISCHIUM (2)
1. ischial spine
2. ischial tuberosity
Name the important features of the FEMUR (9)
1/2. head and neck
3. greater trochanter
4. lesser trochanter
5. medial condyle
Name the important features of the FEMUR (9)
6. lateral condyle
7. medial epicondyle
8. lateral epicondyle
9. linea aspera
Name the important features of the TIBIA (4)
1. tibial tuberosity
2. medial condyle
3. later condyle
4. medial malleolus
Name the important features of the FIBULA (2)
1. head
2. lateral malleolus
Name the bones of the foot
1. tarsals (talus and calcaneus) (7 each foot)
2. metatarsals (1-5)
3. phalanges (14)
Name the importan features of the KNEE JOINT (19).
1/2. lateral and medial collateral ligaments
3/4. lateral and medial menisci (articular discs)
Name the importan features of the KNEE JOINT (19).
5/6. anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments
7/8. tibial and femoral articular cartilage
Name the importan features of the KNEE JOINT (19).
9/10. diaphysis/epiphysis
11. epiphyseal growth plate
12/13. spongy/compact bone
14. fibrous capsule
Name the importan features of the KNEE JOINT (19).
15. synovial membrane
16. bursae
17. periosteum
18. bone marrow (red/yellow)
Name the importan features of the KNEE JOINT (19).
19. nutrient foramina (holes on outside of bone, under periosteum)