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Skeletal System - ADH

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1.fits into the rounded contour of the acetabulum
2.lateral curvature of the spine, most often in the thoracic region
7.when the palm is tured down, the radius and ulna cross
9.broadest portion of the sternum
12.discs designed to suport weight and absorb shock
19.when these weaken, the arches flatten, leading to a condition called fallen arches or flat feet
20.at the top of the manubrium, _________ notch
22.the Xiphoid process is the landmark for
24.Mastoid process is a prominent lump behind the___________
25.largest tarsal bone
28.Part of the skeleton that makes up the bones of the limbs and the pelvic and shoulder area
30.lower edges of the thoracic cage are the _________ margins
32.the head of an infant or child is larger in _____ to the rest of his body than an adult's head
34.a large process found only on the femur
37.a depression that houses the head of the femur to form the "hip socket"
38.articulates with three bones in the foot
40.Olecranon process
41.when the palm of the hand is facing up--radius and ulna are parallel to each other
44.another word for shoulder girdle
46.forms the rear of the skull
48.combination of the os coxae and he sacrum
50.a tunnel through a bone
52.areas between the un-fused bones, which are covered by ________ membranes, are called fontanels
54.tibial ________serves as the attachment point for thigh muscles
55.comprise the ankle
58.does not bear any weight
62.a tube-like opening
65.______ foramen allows for passage of the spinal cord
66.resides alongside the tibia and helps stabilize the ankle
67.give the foot more strength to support the weight of the body
68.groove or elongated depression
71.Hunch back
73.Part of the skeleton that consists of 80 bones, and is the central supporting axis of the body which includes the skull, rib cage, and vertebral column
78.Palatine bones form the psoterior portion of the hard _______
80.largest and strongest bone in the face
89.a projection or raised area
90.cavity within a bone
91.ribs are attached to the sternum with this kind of cartilage
92.tuberosity is where the biceps muscle attaches to the bone
93.form the sides of the cranium and part of the cranial floor; also contain structures of the inner and middle ear
94.a long slit for blood vessels or nerves
95.triangular sesmoid bone
96.two rectangular bones that form the bridge of the nose
97.cavity that articulates with the head of the humerus
98.this small bone forms the inferior half of the nasal septum
99.The greater sciatic notch is the point through which the sciatic nerve passes on its path to the back of the thigh
3.foramen below the acetabulum that's closed by a ligament
4.a small pit
5.large opening in the base of the skull, allows the psinal cord to pass through as it connects to the brainstem.
6.os _______ - actually three bones fused together
8.the pelvic outlet is the ------------- through which an infant enters the world
9.distal end of the fibula forms the lateral ____________
10.longest and strongest bone in the body
11.forms the heel, bears much of the body's weight
12.the upper, outer edge of the ilium
15.arch in the foot
16.a moderately raised ridge
17.the prominent, expanded end of a bone
18.repairs a herniated disc
21.forms a key part of the cranial floor as well as the floor and side walls of the orbits
23.a bump superior to a condyle
26.another word for odontoid process
27.________bones or os coxae
29.bones that join together at the top of the head to form the top and isdes of the cranial cavity
30.the rest of the nose is shaped with _________
31.Both the transverse and spinous processes serve as attachment points for muscles and ligaments
33.rounded knob; usually fits into a fossa or another bone to form a joint
35.another word for zygomatic arch
36.a rough, raised bump
39.named for the greek god who carried the world on his shoulders
42.By isolating the DNA found in bone marrowk the person's______can be determined.
43.bony structure housing the brain
45.bony knob you can palpate on your inner ankle is the ________ malleolus
47.ossiclemake up the bones of the middle ear
49.a furrow or depression
51.the female pelvis is adapted for __________
53.process that can benfelt at the wrist
56.a sharp, pointed process
57.most commonly broken bone in the body
59.Describes ribs 11 and 12
60.great toe
61.Right after birth, a newborn's skull may appear _______
63.can be determined by the length of bones, the extent of fusion of the ephyseal plates, the status of the teeth, and bone density
64.There are _________pair of sinuses
69.longer than the radius, other bone of the arm
70.consists of the wrist, palm, and fingers
72.can be determined through examination of the pubis bone
74.a small rounded process
75.The greater trochanter and the lesser trochanter provide attachment points for hip muscles.
76.joint between the right and left parietal bones
77.______spine: a projection into the pelvic cavity
79.The pelvis is divided into a _________ pelvis and a false (greater) pelvis
81.contributes to the walls of the orbits, the roof and walls of the nasal cavity, and the nasal septum
82.a round opening, usually a passageway for vessels and nerves
83.first digit
84.can be felt when sitting
85.lies over ribs 2-7
86.Upon autopsy, pathologists look for a fracture of this bone as a sign of strangulation
87.suture that is the joint between the parietal bones and the frontal bones
88.process --an attachment point for several neck muscles
89.singular form of phalanges
90.besides protecting the thoracic organs, the ribs also protect the _______

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