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Bones List 24802

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These are a list of bones needed for the lab practicum on the axial and appendicular skeleton
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Dr. Soma Mukhopadhyay
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kendra Mills on Wednesday February 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 24802 at Augusta State University taught by Dr. Soma Mukhopadhyay in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see Human Anatomy and Physiology I in Biology at Augusta State University.


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Date Created: 02/10/16
Axial Skeleton Mandibular foramen Alveolar margin Frontal bone Supraorbital foramen/notch Parietal bone Maxilla Sagittal suture Alveolar margin Coronal suture Palatine processes Temporal bone Infraorbital foramen Squamosal suture Palatine bone Zygomatic process Zygomatic bone Mandibular fossa Lacrimal bone External auditory meatus Nasal bone Styloid process Vomer Mastoid process Inferior nasal conchae Stylomastoid foramen Hyoid bone Jugular foramen Vertebrae Carotid canal Cervical vertebra­7 Internal acoustic meatus Thoracic vertebra­12 Foramen lacerum Lumbar  vertebra­5 Occipital bone Body Lambdoid suture Vertebral arch Foramen magnum Vertebral foramen Transverse process Occipital condyles Hypoglossal canal Transverse foramen Sphenoid bone Spinous process Greater wings Superior and inferior articular Superior orbital fissures  Processes Intervertebral foramina Sella turcica Lesser wings Atlas (C1) Optic canals Axis (C2) Foramen rotundum Odontoid process Foramen ovale Sacrum Ala Ethmoid bone Crysta galli Sacral foramina Cribiform plates Sacral canal Olfactory foramina Sacral promontory Middle nasal conchae Median sacral crest Coccyx Mandible Body Sternum Ramus Body Mandibular condyle Manubrium Coronoid process Xiphoid process Ribs Angle Mental foramen True and false ribs Shaft Metacarpals Neck Phalanges Tubercle Proximal, middle, and distal Head Ilium Angle Iliac crest Appendicular Skeleton Anterior /Posterior superior spine Anterior/Posterior inferior spine Clavicle Sternal end Acromial end Ischium Scapula Ischial spine Acromion process Lesser and greater sciatic notches Coracoid process Ramus Spine Acetabulum Suprascapular notch Pubis Supraspinous fossa Ramus Infraspinous fossa Obturator foramen Glenoid cavity Pubic crest Subscapular fossa Femur Humerus Head Greater/ lesser tubercles Greater/ lesser trochanters Intertubercular sulcus Gluteal tuberosity Adductor tubercle Capitulum Trochlea Medial /lateral condyles Radial fossa Medial/ lateral epicondyles Coronoid fossa Linea aspera Olecranon fossa Tibia Tibial tuberosity Deltoid tuberosity Head Medial malleolus Radius Medial/lateral condyles Head Fibula Radial tuberosity Patella Tarsals Styloid process Ulnar notch Calcaneus, talus, medial  Ulna cuneiform, intermediate  Coronoid process cuneiform, lateral cuneiform,  Olecranon process cuboid, navicular Metatarsals Trochlear notch Radial notch Phalanges Styloid process Proximal, middle, and distal Carpals Scaphoid, lunate, triquetral  (triangular), pisiform, trapezium,  trapezoid, capitate, hamate


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