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Anatomy 201 week one lab and lecture notes

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Anatomy 201 week one lab and lecture notes ANAT 201

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These notes include descriptions of anatomical position and the head bones, spine, and ribs.
Fundamentals of human anatomy
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anatomy, bones, anatomical position, SPINE, ribs, head




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Date Created: 08/24/16
Anatomy 201 lab week one: 259:   Osteon (harversian system) o Functional part of the compact bone o Components  Lamellae (rings)  Lacunae (lakes)  Osteocyte (cell in lacuna)  Canaliculi (canals within the lamellae. Transport nutrients)  Central (Haversian) canal  Supplies blood throughout the bone OSTEON Lacunae (lakes) Lamellae (rings) Osteocyte (cell in lacuna) canaliculi Central (Haversian) Canal SKULL:  Skull sutures o Coronal suture   Suture that runs in an ‘A’ shape on the front of the skull o Squamous suture  Runs starting frontal bone (“temporal region”) to occipital  bone o Lambdoid suture  Suture that runs at base of skull in back o Sagittal suture  Separates the brain in left and right halfs  Cranial cavity o Anterior cranial fossa  Cavity in the front of the cranium o Middle cranial fossa  Cavity in the middle of the cranium o Posterior fossa  Cavity in the rear of the cranium CRANIUM  Frontal bone o Forehead o Supraorbital foramen  Eye socket bone… top part o Supraorbital margin  Little notch in the bone of the eye socket o Zygomatic of the frontal bone  Side of the eye bone connecting to the maxilla  Parietal bone o Top round part of head that extends to the rear o Temporal lines  Raised lines from the temple o Grooves for middle meningeal vessels  On inner surface of parietal bone  Occipital bone o Base of head  External occipital protuberance o Bump on back of head  Foramen magnum  o Large hole in head  Internal occipital protuberance o Bump on occipital bone interior of skull THINGS THE TECHER SAID WERE ON TEST:  Zygomatic process of the frontal bone o Makes up check bone by the eye  Foramen magnum   Crista galli o Line by the cribiform plate  Sella turcica  Vomer o Section right before septum  Spinal column o Breakfast, lunch, dinner  Lamina nearest spine  Pedicle nearst body  Manubrium  Xiphoid process Class notes:  Axial skeleton o Skull o Auditory ossicles o Hyoid bone (anterior neck bone) o Vertebral column  o Rib cage  Appendicular skeleton o Pectoral girdle o Upper extremities o Pelvic girdle o Lower extremities  Function o Support o Protection o Body movement o Hemopoiesis   Production of blood cells o Mineral storage  Surface features o Articulating surfaces (where 2 bones meet)  Condyle  Large, rounded, articulating knob  The rounded end that is depicted as white on images  Facet  Smooth surface that may be flat, slightly concave or  convex  Head  Prominent, rounded, proximal end of bone  The single white larger knob process o Depressions and openings  Alveolus  socket  Fissure  Narrow slit  Foramen  Rounded opening  Fossae  Flattened or shallow surface  Sinus  Cavity in a bone  Bigger than fossae  Sulcus  Grove that allows the passage of a blood vessel,  nerve or tendon o Features of bone  Crest  narrow, ridge­shaped projection   Epicondyle­   projection occurring above a condyle  Prosess­  any bony prominence  anything that sticks off a bone!  Spine­  sharp, slender process  Trochanter­   massive process of the femur  Tubercle­   small, round process  Tuberosity­  large, round process o shapes of bone  long  femur  ulna   radius  arms and legs  short  talus  capitate (carpel) o wrists and feet  flat  sternum  scapula  irregular  sphenoid bone  vertebra  bone cells o osteogenic cells  stem cells destined to become bones cells o osteoblasts  early bone cell  specializes in making bone matrix o osteoclasts  cells that form from fusion of peuripotent stem cells  breakdown old bones o osteocytes  similar to osteoblasts  formed from trapped osteoblasts  only in mature bones o bone­lining cells  osteoblasts lining the surface of adult bones   compact bone o Osteon­ compact bone consisting of a central canal surrounded by  lamellae o Lamellae­ a little plate or sheet of bone o Lacunae­ holes within the bone matrix  Looks like little ‘insects’  Each one is a trapped osteocyte o Canaliculi­ microscopic canal  Legs off the ‘insect’ o Interstitial Systems o Perforating canal  Allows blood vessels to connect inside bone  Spongey bone o Consists of a thin lattice of plates called trabeculae o Also has spicules (rods and spines) o Calcified and hard but permeated with bone marrow o Designed for strength with minimum weight o ***looks like coral with holes running through it  Bone growth o Endochondral bone formation­  bone is formed from cartilage o Chondrocytes  cartilage cell o Calicification­   hardening of a tissue due to calcium salt deposit o Osteoblasts­   bone building cells o Osteoid­  Step by step each element helps the bone grow more and  type 1 collagen more…. All happens in epiphyseal plate o Peristeal bone collar­   formed by osteoblasts o Peristeal bud­   connective tissue that buds from the peristeum into the  cartilage o Primary ossification (formation of bone) center­   formed by the swelling of chondrocytes o Secondary ossification center­   forms around the time of birth in the epiphyses by the  swelling of chondrocytes   bone development o Bones grow in length at the epiphyseal plate  o cartilage in the region of the epiphyseal plate next to the epiphysis  continues to grow by mitosis.  o The chondrocytes, in the region next to the diaphysis, age and  degenerate.  o Osteoblasts move in and ossify the matrix to form bone.  o The process continues throughout childhood and the adolescent  years until the cartilage growth slows and finally stops. o  Spongy bone o Ppt slides 19­20 o Often layered between compact bone  Skull o Cranial bones (24)  Frontal  2 parietals  2 temporals  1 occipital  1 sphenoid  1 ethmoid o Facial bones (25)  Maxilla  Palatine  Zygomatic  Lacrimal  Nasal  Inferior nasal concha  Vomer  Mandible  Hyoid bone o Floating in your neck o o Greater cornu o Lesser cornu  Smaller horns  Auditory ossicles o Incus o Malleus o stapes


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