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36 Cards in this Set

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arm
brachi/o
carpus(wrist bones)
carp/o
head
cephal/o
neck
cervic/o
digit
dactyl/o
spine
rachi/o
chest
thorac/o
calcaneum (heel bone)
calcane/o
patella(kneecap)
patell/o
patell/a
acromion(projection of scapula)
acromi/o
stiffness,bent,crooked
ankyl/o
bone marrow, spinal cord
myel/o
straight
orth/o
bone
oste/o
muscle
my/o
rod-shaped(striated)
rhabd/o
break, fracture, refracture
clasis
binding, fixation(of a bone or joint)
desis
growth
physis
surgical repair
plasty
porous
porosis
visual examination
scopy
Shaft or long, main portion of a bone
diaphysis
whose somewhat bulbous shape provides space for muscle
epiphysis
bones nerves are
periosteum
1-7skeletal framwork of the neck
cerviacl verterbrae
12vertebrae that support the chest and serve as a point of articulation for the ribs
Thoracic vertebrae or dorsal
1-5 situated in the lower back area and carry most of the weight of the torso
lumbar vertebrae
5 sacral vertebrae are fused into a single bone
sacrum
the tail of the vertebral column consists of four or 5 fragmented vertebrae fused together
coccyx
illium, ischium , pubis, sacrum, coccyx
pelvic girdle
ilium ischium, pubis
pelvis region
rounded articulation knob
projection( condyle )
Massive process found only on the femur
Trochanter ( projection )
Rounded opening through a bone to accomondate blood vessels and nerves
Foramen (ovealy)
Groove, slight depression, or fissure
Depression (SULCUS)