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Temporal
Side bones of the skull (temple area)
Occipital
Bone on the back side of skull
Parietal
Top bone of skull
Frontal
Front upper bone of skull
Mandible
Jaw part of skull
Maxilla
Bone on skull under nose area
Hyoid
Floating bone under mandible
Clavicle
Collar bone
Manubrium
Top part of Sternum
Xyphoid Process
Bottom protruding part of sternum; CRP compression area
Scapula
Shoulder blades
Humerus
Bone of upper arm
Radius
Forearm bone thumb-side
Ulna
Forearm bone pinky finger-side
Phalanges
Digits, or finger bones
What do metecarpals resemble?
Rocks in the hand
Name the parts of the skull.
Temporal, Occipital, Parietal, Frontal, Mandible, maxilla
Name the parts of the Sternum
Manubrium and Xypoid Process
"Meta" in metarsals means?
"After" the tarsals
How many vertebrae are there?
33
How many cervical vertebrae are there?
7
How many thoracic vertebrae are there?
12
How many lumbar vertebrae are there?
5
How many sacrum vertebrae are there?
5 fused
How many coccyx vertebrae are there?
4
How many bones make up the coxal
3
Bones of the coxal
Ilium, Ishium, and pubis
What are the two curves of the body?
Kyphotic and lordotic
Parts that make of up the vertebrae
Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx
Which vertebrae are lordotic?
Cervical and lumbar
Which vertebrae are kyphotic?
Thoracic and sacrum
The primary curve of the spine?
Kyphotic
The secondary curve of the spine?
Lordotic
Ilium
One of the bones of the coxal; sides of the pelvis
Ishuim
One of the bones of the coxal: the "bony butt" bone
Pubis
One of the bones of the coxal; front and slightly pointed
Femur
Thigh bone
Patella
Knee cap
Tibia
Lower leg bone; big toe-side
Fibula
Lower leg bone; little toe-side
Parts of the Tarsals
Calcaneus, talus, metatarsals and phalanges
Calcaneus
Heel bone
Talus
Bone on the top part of foot
Axial skeleton
center and everything that moves around it
Appendicular skeleton
Appendages that extend out from the axil skeleton