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How many bones are present at birth?
275
What are two components of bone?
Collagen and minerals
What are two types of bone?
Compact and spongy
Decrease in the joint angle is known as?
Flexion
Increase in the joint angle is known as?
Extension
Name the two main curves of the spine
Cervical Curve, and the Lumbar Curve
How many ribs does everyone have?
12
What is the Human Dental Formula?
2.1.2.3
What is the Human Baby Dental Formula?
2.1.0.2
What are the four Detentions?
Incisor, Canine, Premolar, Molar
Which skeletal elements are more useful when determining sex?
Pelvis, and skull
Subadults teeth age by what?
Development, and eruption
Adults teeth age by what?
Wear, and root transparency
What is Biological Stature based on?
Actual measurement
What is Forensic Stature based on?
Reported height
What is a osteometric board used for?
Used to measure long bones
What age is maximum height?
18-23
Height decreases after what age?
30
How much does your height decrease after 30?
1.2 cm every 20 years
What does MSM stand for?
Musculo-skeletal stress markers
What does a ligament do?
Attaches bone to bone
What does a tendon do?
Attaches muscle to bone
What are 6 ways to make a positive identification?
DNA, Fingerprints, Dental, Visual, Medical Records, and X-Rays
When did the trauma occur?
Antemortem, Perimortem, and Postmortem