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Coronoid Process
Mandible Bone
Attachment point for Temporalis Muscle
Genu
Mandible Bone
Chin
Occipital Condyle
Occipital Bone
Point of articulation between Skull & Vertebral Column
Ramus
Portion of the mandible superior to the angle
Temporal Lines
Parietal Bone
Temporalis muscle attaches
Crista Galli
Ethmoid Bone
Where Dura Mater connects
Sella Turcica
Sphenoid Bone
Contains the Pituitary Gland
External Acoustic Meatus
Temporal Bone
Sound waves go to the eardrum
Foramen Magnum
Occipital Bone
Spinal Cord & Brain Connect
Calvaria
Upper dome-like
portion of the skull
Neurocranium (Braincase)
8 Bones
2 Parietal, 2 Temporal, Frontal, Occipital, Sphenoid, & Ethmoid
Viscerocranium (facial bones)
14 bones
2 Maxilla, 2 Zygomatic, 2 Palatine, 2 Lacrimal, 2 Nasal, 2 inferior nasal concha, 1 mandible, 1 vomer
7 Bones
Form the Orbit of the Eye
Frontal, Sphenoid, Zygomatic, Maxilla, Lacrimal, Ethmoid, & Palatine
Intervertebral Foramina
Spinal nerves exit the Spinal Cord
Curvatures of the Vertebral Column
Cervical
Thoracic
Lumbar
Sacral
Coccygeal
Atlas
1st Cervical Vertebra
Holds up the Head
No Body/Spinous process
Allows head to move side to side or in a "yes" motion
Axis
2nd Cervical Vertebra
Allows head to move in a "no" motion
Sacral Vertebrae
5 Vertebrae fused into a single bone; called the Sacrum
Acromion Process
Scapular; Forms protective cover/shoulder joint; Forms attachment site for clavicle; and attachment points for some shoulder muscles
Glenoid Cavity
Articulates w/the head of Humerus Bone
Capitulum
Articulates with the Radius
Trochlea
Articulates with the Ulna
Olecranon Process
"the elbow"
The Wrist
8 Carpal Bones
Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrum, Pisiform Capitate, Trapezoid, Trapezium
Carpal Tunnel
Where Tendons, Nerves, & Blood Vessels pass through to enter the Hand