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p.g.-ilium
fan shaped part of coxal; body
p.g.-iliac crest
ridge on top of ilium
p.g.-anterior superior iliac spine
smooth side,top point of fan
p.g.-posterior superior iliac spine
rough side, top point of fan
p.g.-greater sciatic notch
ear shaped notch
p.g.-anterior inferior iliac spine
smmoth side bottome of fan
p.g.-posterior inferior iliac spine
rought side bottom of fan
p.g.-ischuim
bottom part of hole from under ace. to pubis
p.g.-ischial spine
point in middle of gr. and less. notch
p.g.-lesser sciatic notch
under ischial spine
p.g.-ischial tuberosity
rough bottom of ischuim
p.g.-pubis
right infront of obe. fora.
p.g.-symphysis pubis
joint between the two pubis'
p.g.-acetabulum
socked for femur
p.g.-obturator foramen
hole
what is the pelvic girdle made of?
two coxal bones
what are the three main parts of a coxal bone?
ilium;ischuim; and pubis
right or left?
the ace. must face out, away from the body and the ischial tuberosity is onthe bottom
femur; head-
round part
neck-
under head
greater trochanter-
lateral knot
lesser trochanter-
medial knot
linea aspera-
ridge on backside
medial condyle-
directly under head
lateral condyle-
lateral side
medial epicondyle-
on medial con. side
lateral epicondyle-
on lateral con. side
patella-
knee cap
tibia-
medial shin bone
medial condyle-
directly above me. mal
tibia; lateral condyle-
other side
tibial tuberosity-
on front, knot
medial malleolus-
at bottom, hanging pointy
fibula (smaller)-
lateral
head-
flat surface is on top
lateral malleolus-
bottom, flat side is angled (point is pointing out)
tarsals-
14
talus-
sits on top of calcaneous
calcaneous-
heel bone (biggest)
matatarsals-
the 5 b/t phal. and tar.
phanlanges-
proximal, middle, distal
exc. thumb and big toe
thoracic cage; ribs-
24
true-
connect directly to sternum; first 7
false-
connects to c.c. then to sternum
floating-
2 bottom ones that done connect
sternum; -
breast bone
manubrium-
top
body-
middle
xiphoid process-
bottom part
costal cartilage-
the cartilage that connects ribs
vertebral column;-
26
typical vertebra; body-
round part in front
vertebral foramen-
hole behind body
transverse process-
2, sticks out most
spinous process-
the back part that stick out opp. of body
superior articular process-
flat points away
inferior articular process-
flat surface pints toward body
cervical vertebra;;-
smallest seven in neck/ have 2 extra little holes
atlas
1st one
axis
2nd one
dens
on axis, sticks out a process
transverse foramen-
the two holes on cerival vertebra
thoracic vertebrae;-
ribs connect to thses (12)
facets-
flat surface on transverse process of thoracic v. where ribs
lumbar vertebra;-
biggest 5 at bottome
sacrum; -
5 fused in to one bone
transverse lines-
4; line where the first holes are connected; front
pelvic foramina-
looking at holes from front 8
dorsal foramina-
looking at holes from back
sacral promontory-
the ridge at the top on inside ;front
coccyx-
bottom part
ossicles (middle ear bones)-
malleus, incus, stapes, 2 of each all together
hyoid-
above voice box, stick out of neck area, does not connect to any bone, looks like an atoms apple
what are the functions of the skeletal parts?
provide the framework, for the body structure; produce blood cells; provide protection for the brain; spinal cord; heard ant lungs; act as levers to aid body movement; and store various inorganic salts
appendicular skeleton-
upper and lower extremities and the bones which attach them to the skeleton
axial skeleton-
skull, hyoid bone, vertebrae, thoracic cage, and bones