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13 Cards in this Set

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5 types of bones and give example of each
-Long - Femur
-Short - Trapezoid
-Flat - Sternum
-Irregular - Vertebrae
-Sesamoid - Pisiform
How many bones in the skull?
Nasal Septum Functions and components
- Divides nasal cavity into left and right

- Made up of vomer, perpendicular plate of ethmoid, and septal cartilage
4 bones that contain paranasal sinuses
Frontal, Sphenoid, ethmoid, and Maxilae
Frontanels Functions and the 4 types
-Mesenchyme filled spaces between cranial bones of babies

-Anterior, Posterior, Anterolateral, Posterolateral
Functions of Hyoid bone
Supports tongue and provides attachment for muscles of tongue and neck
Number of bones of the fetal and adult vertebrae and divisions
Fetus - 33
Adult -26
-7 Cervical
-12 Thoracic
-5 Lumbar
-Sacrum (5 fused)
-Coccyx (usually 4 fused)
First cervical Vertebra
Atlas, Forms atlanto occipital Joints to allow "yes"
Second Cervical Vertebra
Has Dens, Atlanto axial joint allows "no"
Sella Turcica
Part of sphenoid bone that contains the Pituitary gland
4 Curves of vertebrae
Primary Curves
Thoracic and Sarcal
Cibriform Plate
Part of Ethmoid Bone that contains olfactory foramen