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bone at end of spine
coccyx
bone above coccyx that pelvis attaches to
sacrum
two divisions of the head
cranium and facial
anatomical term for head
skull
the bones of the pelvis form the
pelvic cavity
the hip bones attach posteriorly to the
sacrum
narrow ridge like projection
Crest
the skull bone that forms most of the sutures
Temporal bone
the vomer bone forms the
inferior portion of nasal septum
the trochlear notch is on the
ulna
the olecranon fossa is on the
posterior of humerus bone
the styloid process is on the
radius and ulna
the bone that articulates with the humerus
ulna
the part of the sternum clavicles attach to is the
manubrium
the bottom bone of the pelvis
ischium
the anterior fossa of humerus
coronoid fossa
the elbow
olecranon
ulna's superior notch
semiulnar notch
raised area of radius connects to ulna
radial tuberosity
trochlear notch is part of
Ulna
trochlea is part of
humerus
styloid process's are where
the distal ends of Ulna and Radius enclosing wrist bones
name for spine that contains the spinal chord
vertebral spine
cranium and face is part of the
skull
order of sacrum and coccyx
sacrum superior coccyx inferior
what does pelvis attach to
sacrum
tubelike passageway
foramen
superior nose bone
nasal
bat shaped bone
sphenoid
upper teeth bone
maxilla