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LOCATED WHERE WE WOULD DESCRIBE OUR FOREHEAD TO BE
FRONTAL BONE
IS THE LOWER PART OF THE MOUTH OR JAW
MANDIBLE
BONE THAT FORMS THE UPPER PORTION OF THE ORBITAL CAVITY
SUPRAORBITAL CAVITY
THE UPPER PORTION OF THE NOSE WHICH IS NOT MADE OF CARTILAGE
NASAL BONE
THE LOWER PORTION OF THE ORBITAL CAVITY WHICH IS LATERAL TO THE NASAL BONE
ZYGOMATIC BONE
THE UPPER PORTION OF THE ORAL CAVITY INTERMEDIATE THE NASAL BONE AND MANDIBLE
MAXILLA
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
THE POSTERIOR PORTION OF THE CRANIAL CAVITY
OCCIPITAL BONE
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF THE LARGE PORTION OF BONE INTERMEDIATE THE OCCIPITAL BONE AND THE FRONTAL BONE
THE PARIETAL BONE
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
THE PORTION OF BONE DISTAL THE PARIETAL BONE AND NEXT TO THE SPHENOID BONE
TEMPORAL BONE
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
THE SEPERATION OF BONES BETWEEN THE TEMPORAL AND PARIETAL BONES
SQUAMOSAL SUTURE
THE SEPERATION FROM THE OCCIPITAL BONE AND THE PARIETAL BONE
LAMBDOIDAL SUTURE
THE SEPERATION BETWEEN THE PARIETAL BONE AND THE FRONTAL BONE
CORONAL SUTURE
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
THE BONE INTERMEDIATE THE PARIETAL AND ZYGOMATIC BONE
ALSO INTERMEDIATE THE TEMPORAL AND FRONTAL BONE
SPHENOID BONE
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
PROCESS OF THE TEMPORAL BONE
MASTOID PROCESS
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
THE INNER EAR BONE
EXTERNAL AUDITORY MEATUS
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
PROCESS OF THE EXTERNAL AUDITORY MEATUS
STYLOID PROCESS
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
WHERE THE MANDBLE CONNECTS TO THE SKULL BY LIGAMENTS
IS A JOINT
MANDIBULAR CONDYLE
(FROM SIDE VIEW OF HEAD)
PROCESS OF THE MANDIBLE
CORONOID PROCESS
(UNDERNEATH VIEW OF SKULL)
THE BONE WHICH FORMS THE ROOF OF THE MOUTH
PALATINE BONE
(UNDERNEATH VIEW OF SKULL)
KIDNEY SHAPED BONE LATERAL TO THE FORAMEN MAGNUM
OCCIPITAL CONDYLE
(UNDERNEATH VIEW OF SKULL)
THE SPACE WHERE THE SPINAL CORD ENTERS THE CRANIAL CAVITY
ALSO INTERMEDIATE BOTH OCCIPITAL CONDYLES
FORAMEN MAGNUM
(INFANT SKULL:FROM SIDE)
THE SEPERATION OF THE PARIETAL AND FRANTAL BONE
CORONAL SUTURE
(INFANT SKULL:SIDE VIEW)
THE AREA WHERE THE PARIETAL BONE, OCCIPITAL BONE AND TEMPORAL BONE COME TOGETHER
MASTOID FONTANEL
(INFANT SKULL:SIDE VIEW)
THE PLACE WHERE THE PARIETAL BONE, FRONTAL BONE, AND SPHENOID BONE MEET
SPHENOID FONTANEL
(INFANT SKULL:ABOVE VIEW)
THE AREA WHERE THE CORONAL SUTURE, FRONTAL SUTURE, AND SAGITTAL SUTURE COME TOGETHER
ANTERIOR FONTANEL
(INFANT SKULL:ABOVE VIEW)
THE SUTURE INTERMEDIATE THE ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR SUTURE
SAGITTAL SUTURE
(INFANT SKULL:ABOVE VIEW)
THE AREA WHERE THE OCCIPITAL BONE AND THE PARIETAL BONES COME TOGETHER
POSTERIOR FONTANEL
THE NAME GIVEN TO THE TOP 7 VERTEBRAE IN THE SPINAL COLUMN
CERVICAL CURVATURE
THE SECOND PORTION OF THE SPINAL COLUMN CONTAINING 12 VERTEBRAE WHICH IS LOCATED BEHIND THE THORACIC CAVITY
THORACIC CURVATURE
THE THIRD PORTION OF THE SPINAL COLUMN CONSISTING OF 5 VERTEBRAE
LUMBAR CURVATURE
THE BOTTOM PORTION OF THE SPINAL COLUMN WHICH CONTAINS NO VERTEBRAE BUT DOES CONSIST OF THE SACRUM AND COCCYX
PELVIC CURVATURE
PIECES THAT MAKE UP THE SPINAL COLUMN (SMALL BONES)
VERTEBRAE
DISKS BETWEEN VERTEBRAE
INTERVERTEBRAL DISKS
SMALL SPACES BETWEEN THE VERTEBRAE
INTERVERTEBRAL FORAMEN
THE PORTION OF BONE INTERMEDIATE THE PELVIC CURVATURE AND THE COCCYX
SACRUM
THE ENDPOINT OF THE SPINAL COMLUMN
COCCYX
PART OF THE VERTEBRAE WHICH STICKS OUT AT AN UPWARD ANGLE
RIB FACET
THE VERY TOP VERTEBRAE
ATLAS
THE VERTEBRAE UNDERNEATH THE ATLAS
AXIS
(ON THE ATLAS)
KIDNEY SHAPED STRUCTURES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE VERTEBRAL FORAMEN
FACETS THAT ARTICULATE WITH THE OCCIPITAL CONDYLES
(ON THE ATLAS)
HOLES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLAS AND ALSO BOTH DISTAL TO THE VERTEBRAL FORAMEN
TRANSVERSE FORAMEN
(ON THE ATLAS)
THE PROCESSES DISTAL TO THE VERTEBRAL FORAMEN AND ALSO FOUND ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLAS
TRANSVERSE PROCESSES
(ON THE ATLAS)
THE HOLE IN WHICH THE SPINAL CORD RUNS TO THE BRAIN
VERTEBRAL FORAMEN
(ON THE AXIS)
THE PROCESS ON THE POOSTERIOR PORTION OF THE AXIS WHICH STICKS DIRECTLY UP
ODONTOID PROCESS A.K.A. DENS
THE PIECE THAT ALIGNS WITH THE FACET THAT ARTICULATES WITH THE OCCIPITAL CONDYLE ON THE ATLAS
SUPERIOR ARTICULATING SURFACE
THE HOLES THAT ARE ON BOTH SIDES OF THE AXIS
TRANVERSE FORAMEN
THE SURFACE BEHIND THE DENS WHICH ARTICULATES WITH THE ATLAS
ARTICULATING SURFACE FOR ATLAS
PROCESS ON THE ANTERIOR PORTION OF THE AXIS
SPINOUS PROCESS
THE THIN BONE WHICH CONNECTS THE SPINOUS PROCESS OR BIFID SPINOUS PROCESS TO THE ACTUAL BODY OF THE VERTEBRAE
LAMINA
THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE VERTEBRAE WHICH HARNESSES THE SPINAL CORD AND OTHER NERVES
BODY
THE STAND OUT SURFACE ON ALL VERTEBRAE WHICH PROVIDES POSSIBLE FLEXIBILITY
SUPERIOR ARTICULATING SURFACE
THE PROCESSES ON THE THORACIC AND LUMBAR VERTEBRAE
THE SPINOUS PROCESS
THE PROCESS ON THE CERVICAL VERTEBRAE WHICH PLITS AT THE END
BIFID SPINOUS PROCESS
ON THE THORACIC AND LUMBAR VERTEBRAE IT IS THE PROCESS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BODY
TRANSVERSE PROCESS
ON THE CERVICAL VERTEBRAE ONLY THEY ARE THE HOLES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BODY
TRANSVERSE FORAMEN
THE LARGE HOLE IN ALL VERTEBRAE WHICH HOLDS THE SPINAL CORD AND NERVES
VERTEBRAL FORAMEN
THE FIRST 7 RIBS ARE KNOWN AS:
TRUE RIBS
THE LAST RIBS (8-12) ARE KNOWN AS:
FALSE RIBS
TRUE RIBS ARE ALSO KNOWN AS:
VERTEBROSTERNAL RIBS
FALSE RIBS 8-10 ARE KNOWN AS:
VERTEBROCHONDRAL RIBS
FALSE RIBS 11 AND 12 ARE KNOWN AS:
FLOATING RIBS
UPPER PORTION OF THE STERNUM
MANUBRIUM
THE MIDDLE PORTION OF THE STERNUM
BODY
THE END POINT OF THE STERNUM WHICH IS A PROCESS
XIPHOID PROCESS
THE FALSE RIBS ARE MADE UP OF THIS
COSTAL CARTILAGE