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Name the components of the scapula

Name the components of the scapula



Coracoid process
Acromion (tip)
Glenoid cavity (inlet)
Spine (Arch across)

Coracoid process


Acromion (tip)


Glenoid cavity (inlet)


Spine (Arch across)

Where is the lateral collateral ligaments

Where is the lateral collateral ligaments





Where is the lateral meniscus?

Where is the lateral meniscus?


Where is the medial collateral ligaments?

Where is the medial collateral ligaments?

Where is the articular cartilage of the knee?

Where is the articular cartilage of the knee?

Where is the proximal Tibio-fibular joint?

Where is the proximal Tibio-fibular joint?

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Where is the patella?

Where is the patella?

Where is the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)

(small tendon below patella)

(small tendon below patella)

Where is the Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL)

(even smaller tendon behind ACL)

(even smaller tendon behind ACL)

Which side is the Fibula on / which side is the Tibia on?


(In relation to medial/lateral aspects of the body)

Tibia (large) = Medial




Fibula (small) = Lateral

Is the Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) on the side of the tibia or the fibula?

Tibia (Medial)

Is the Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) on the side of the tibia or the fibula?

Fibula (Lateral)

Name the two aspects of the patella

Base = Top


Apex = Bottom

Base = Top




Apex = Bottom

What is this entire bone called?
(Ignore Arrow)

What is this entire bone called?


(Ignore Arrow)

Coxal Bone

WHAT IS AT THE ARROW LOCATION

WHAT IS AT THE ARROW LOCATION

Illiac Crest


- Slightly below it is the Illium

Where is the inferior ramus?


(ignore arrow)

Where is the inferior ramus?




(ignore arrow)

(Bottom right)

(Bottom right)

Where is the obturator foramen?


(ignore arrow)

Where is the obturator foramen?




(ignore arrow)

Hole for blood vessels and nerves to pass through (bottom)

Hole for blood vessels and nerves to pass through (bottom)

Where is the ala of the coxal bone?
(ignore arrow)

Where is the ala of the coxal bone?


(ignore arrow)

Large surface of coxal bone

Large surface of coxal bone

is the 1st metatarsal more lateral or medial than the others?

1st metatarsal is more MEDIAL than other metatarsals and is considered larger

1st metatarsal is more MEDIAL than other metatarsals and is considered larger

Where is the talus?

Large round bone near the rear of the foot

Large round bone near the rear of the foot

Where is the navicular?

Wide flat bone posterior to the three cuneiform bones
Wide flat bone posterior to the three cuneiform bones

Where is the medial/intermediate/lateral cuneiforms'?

Medial cuneiform is close to 1st metatarsal


Intermediate cuneiform is close to 2nd metatarsal


Lateral Cuneiform is close to 3rd metartarsal

Medial cuneiform is close to 1st metatarsal




Intermediate cuneiform is close to 2nd metatarsal




Lateral Cuneiform is close to 3rd metartarsal

Where is the Cuboid?

The cuboid is the moderate sized bone next to the navicular and the Cuneiform bones

The cuboid is the moderate sized bone next to the navicular and the Cuneiform bones

Where is the calcaneus?

Biggest bone in the foot, next to the talus

Biggest bone in the foot, next to the talus

From posterior to anterior, arrange in the correct order




- Metatarsals


- Phalanges


- Tarsals

Posterior = Tarsals
Middle = Metatarsals
Anterior = Phalanges

Posterior = Tarsals


Middle = Metatarsals


Anterior = Phalanges

Where is the Hallux? (foot)

Big toe!

Big toe!

What is the arrangement of the phalanges


(small bones)

Posterior = Proximal


Middle = Middle


Anterior = Distal



Middle Phallanx 2

What bone is this?

What bone is this?

Humerus

Where is the head of the humerus

superior end of humerus

superior end of humerus

Where are the greater and lesser tubercle's of the humerus

Close in proximity to head
Close in proximity to head

Where is the trochlea of the humerus?

medial inferior cartilage area of humerus
medial inferior cartilage area of humerus

Where is the capitulum of the humerus

Lateral inferior cartilage area of humerus

Lateral inferior cartilage area of humerus

Where is the olecranon fossa (humerus)

Depression on inferior middle of posterior humerus

Depression on inferior middle of posterior humerus

Where is the lateral epicondyle (humerus)

Inferior and Posterior Area of humerus

Inferior and Posterior Area of humerus

Where is the radial groove

ridge on middle posterior of humerus

ridge on middle posterior of humerus

Hand Bones


Scared Lovers try proposals = SLTP




(what are the proximal carpal bones from lateral to medial)

Scaphoid
Lunate
Triquetrum/Triquetral
Pisiform

Scaphoid


Lunate


Triquetrum/Triquetral


Pisiform



Hand Bones


That they cant handle = TTCH




(what are the distal carpal bones from lateral to medial)?

Trapezium
Trapezoid
Capitate
Hamate

Trapezium


Trapezoid


Capitate


Hamate

Is metacarpal 1 or 5 medial?

Metacarpal 1 is medial!

What are phalanges

Finger tips! (3 bones - Proximal, Middle, Distal)

Is the radius (bone) medial or lateral?

Medial!

Is the Ulna (bone) Medial or lateral?

Lateral!

Where is the head and neck of femur?

Top

Top

What bone is this?

What bone is this?

Femur

Femur


Where is the Lesser trochanter?

Small bump near neck of bone

Small bump near neck of bone

Femur


Where is the Medial and lateral epicondyle?

Both ANTERIOR, just above Patellar Groove, in front of condyles

Both ANTERIOR, just above Patellar Groove, in front of condyles

Femur


Where is the Lateral and medial condyle?

Both POSTERIOR, Just behind epicondyles, and surrounding intercondylar fossa

Both POSTERIOR, Just behind epicondyles, and surrounding intercondylar fossa

Femur


Where is the greater trochanter?

Lateral of the head, 

- most noticeably the other bump on the femur

Lateral of the head,




- most noticeably the other bump on the femur

What are the 3 classifications of joints?

1. Fibrous


- No joint activity and connected by connective tissue




2. Cartilaginous


- No joint activity and connected by cartilage




3. Synovial


- A joint which is moveable

JOINTS


Joints between the spine are classified as... ?

Cartilaginous (connected by cartilage)

Scapula


Where is the coracoid process

(smaller section of bone near the glenoid cavity)

(smaller section of bone near the glenoid cavity)

Scapula


Where is the supraspinous fossa

(Flat section above the spine of the bone)

(Flat section above the spine of the bone)

KNEE


What is the section of flat bone the meniscus rests on?

Medial Tibial Condyle

OR


Tibial Condyle


OR


Medial Condyle (Tibial)




COXAL


Where is the Acetabulum?

Indent in Coxal bone

Indent in Coxal bone