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Human Anatomy
Chapter 7
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1. pectoral girdle
2. pelvic girdle

1. shoulder bones
2. hip bones

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the pectoral girdle consists of...

the clavicle and the scapula

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1. scapula 2. humerus
3. radius 4. ulna
5. carple bones 6. metacarpal bones
7. phalanges

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the clavicle
1. connects...
2. it is

1. the scapula to the manubrium of the sternum
2. an S-shaped bone

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1. acromial (lateral) end
2. sternal (medial) end

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1. superior border 2. Coracoid process
3. Acromion 4. spine
5. infraspinous fossa 6. lateral border
7. medial border 8. supraspinous fossa
9. inferior angle

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1. superior angle 2. subscapular fossa
3. suprascapular notch
4. rim of the glenoid cavity

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1. head 2. anatomical neck
3. greater tubercle 4. lesser tubercle
5. surgical neck 6. deltoid tuberosity
7. radial groove 8. lateral epicondyle
9. medial epicondyle

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1. capitulum 2. trochlea
3. condyle 4. coronoid fossa
5. intertubercular (bicipital) groove

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1. olecranon fossa 2. head
3. anatomical neck 4. greater tubercle
5. surgical neck 6. lateral epicondyle
7. medial epicondyle 8. trochlea
9. deltoid tuberosity
10. intertubercular (bicipital) groove

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1. radius 2. ulna
3. antebrachial interosseous membrane
4. olecranon process 5. head or radius
6. neck of radius 7. ulnar notch
8. ulnar styloid process 9. radial styloid process

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1. olecranon 2. trochlear notch
3. coromoid process 4. radial notch of ulna
5. ulnar tuberosity 6.radial tuberosity

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1. scaphoid 2. lunate
3. triquetrum 4. pisiform
5. trapezium 6. trapezoid
7. capitate 8. hamate

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1. metacarple I 2. metacarpal II
3. metacarpal III 4. metacarpal IV
5. Metacarpal V 6. phelanges
7. proximal 8. middle
9. distal

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pelvic girdle
1. function
2. these bones are...

1. Supports and protects the lower viscera and developing fetus in females
2. are much more massive than their homologues of the upper limb

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1. iliac crest 2. anterior inferior iliac spine
3. Anterior superior iliac spine
4. posterior superior iliac spine
5. posterior inferior iliac spine
6. anterior gluteal line 7. greater sciatic notch
8. ischial tuberosity 9. iscial spine
10. lesser sciatic notch 11. ischial ramus

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1. sacrum 2. iliac fossa
3. Arcuate line 4. pubic symphysis
5. pubic crest 6. pubic tubercle
7. pectinieal line 8.Acetabulum
9.

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1. Obturator foramen 2. acetabular fossa

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1. pelvic brim 2. pelvic outlet
3. pelvic inles

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1. auricular surface for articulation w. sacrum
2. iliac tuberosity 3. superior pubic ramus

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1. sacro iliac joint

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Pelvis subdivisions
1. greater pelvis
2. lesser pelvis

1. spans the distance from left iliac crest to right iliac crest
2. spans the distance from left ischial spine to right ischial spine

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Main anatomical differences between male and female
1. female pelvis

1. Enlarged pelvic outlet
2. Less curvature of the sacrum
3. Wider pelvic inlet
4. Ilia project laterally
5. Broader pubic angle

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a. male
b. female

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1. hip bone 2. femur
3. patells 4. tibia
5. fibula 6. tarsal bones
7. metatarsal bones 8. phalanges

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1. head 2. articular surface of head
3. neck 4. greater trochanter
5. lesser trochanter 6. fova capitis for ligament
7. introtrochanteric line
8. medial condyle 9. lateral condyle
10. medial epicondyle 11.lateral epicondyle
12. patellar surface

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1. linea aspera 2. intertrochanteric crest
3. gluteal tuberosity
4. lateral supracondylar ridge
5. medial supracondylar ridge
6. popliteal surface 7. intercondylar fossa

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Patella
1. this is a ____ bone
2. protects
3. anterior surface is...
4. posterior surface has...

1. sesamoid
2. the knee joint
3. rough for strong tendon attachment
4. concave facets for the femoral condyles

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anterior surface patella

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posterior surface patella

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1. medial tibial condyle 2. lateral tibial condyle
3. tibial tuberosity 4. medial malleolus
5. inferior tibiofibular joint
6. superior tibiofibular joint 7. lateral malleolus
8. inferior articular surface 9. head of fibula
10. anterior crest of tibia
11. anterior crest of fibula

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1. crural interosseous membrane
2. medial tibial condyle 3. lateral tibial condyle
4. tibial tuberosity 5. medeal malleolus
6. intercondylar eminence

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1. Tarsal bones
2. Metatarsal bones
3. phalanges

1. 7 bones of the ankle
2. 5 metatarsals
3. hallus haave 2 phalanges, all others have 3

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1. talus 2. calcaneus
3. cuboid 4. navicular
5. lateral cuneiform 6.medial cuneiform
7. intermediate cuneiform
8. metatarsal base 9. metatarsal shaft
10. metatarsal head 11. phalanges proximal
12. phalanges middle 13. phalanges distal

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Information the skeleton can reveal about an individual (6)

1. racial differences 4. muscle mass
2. medical history 5. age
3. body size 6. sex


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