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Date Created: 09/16/16
General terms Veterbrae: Bones of your back o Body: “Normal” looking piece, it’s the round looking one o Arch: The area surrounding the vertebral foramen (Not the processes) o Vertebral foramen: The big hole in the veterbrae o Pedicals: Connect the body to the process (Anterior o Laminae: Connects the body to the spinous process (Posterior) o Spinous process: The pointing part that faces the back (Nose of the giraffe) o Transverse process: The pointy part that faces the side (Ears of the giraffe) o Intervertebral foramina: The hole that forms from the connection of multiple veterbra o Facets Superior articulating: Upper flat part (horns of giraffe) Inferior articulating: The lower flat parts (Cheeks of the giraffe) o 7 cervical: Top curvature ( Breakfast @ 7am) Transverse foramina: The two extra holes specific to cervical vertebrae Atlas: C1 Axis: C2 Odontoid process (dens): The pointy part sticking up from C2) o 12 thoraxic: Middle Curvature (Lunch @ 12pm) The vertebrae that your ribs connect to Superior Costal facet: Anterior( In front of) the superior articulating facet Inferior costal facet: The flat part by the intervertebral foramen Transvers costal facet: Back of the transverse process (behind the ear) Costal: Means ribs o 5 Lumbar: Bottom Curvurature (Dinner @ 5pm) Biggest, no transverse foramina, no costal facets, superior articulating facet curves in o Pelvic curvature Coccyx: Connects to the sacrum Sacrum: Bottom bone that looks like turtle Sacral canal: The portion that the spinal cord goes into Median sacral crest: The spines on the back of the sacrum Sacral foramina: The holes on either side of the median sacral crest o Thorax Vertebrosternal: Connect to the vertebra and the sternum (True ribs) Top 7 Verebrochondral: Connect to the vertebra and cartilage (False ribs) next 3 Vertebral: Connect only to the veterbra (False ribs) last 2 Parts of the rib Body: Everything else Head: Round bumpy part at the end Neck: The part around the head Tubercale: The other bump Costal cartilages: All of the cartiliage that is connecting the ribs to the sternum Sternum: Chest bone (looks like a tie) Manubrium: Top ( Knot) Body Xiphoid process: Tail o Bones of the upper extremedy ( Need to know left and right except clavical, patella, and fibular) Pectoral girdle Clavical o Bottom is bumpy o Acrominal end: connects to scapula o Sternal end: Connects to the sternum Scapula o Coracoid process: Process on the inside and is heart shaped o Arcomion: Where the clavical connects o Glenoid fossa: Where the arm connets o Spine: The long part on the back, you can feel it o Supraspinous fossa: Above the spine o Infraspinous fossa: Below the spine o Medial border: Inside border o Lateral border: Outside border Humerus o Head: Bump on the side that connects to the scapula, largest looks like a ball proximal (top) portion o Anatomical neck: The groove/wrapper around the head proximal(Top of the bone) o Surgical neck: Where the bumps start proximal (top of the bone) o Greater tubercle: Proximal Bigger of the two other bumps o Lesser tubercle: proximal Smaller of the two other bumps o Intertubercular groove: Proximal Groove between the tubercle o Deltoid tuberosity: The ridge distal to the greater tubercle o Medial epicondial: The furthest medial bump ( Towards the scapula) on the distal(bottom) end of the bone o Lateral epicondial: The furthest opposite to the medial bump on the distal (bottom) end of the bone o Coranoid fossa: Anterior (front) of the distal (lower) portion of the bone o Olecranon fossa: Posterior (Back) of the distal (lower) portion of the bone o Trochlea: o Capitulum: Next to the medial epicondial Ulna (pinky side) o Olecranon process: Proximal end of ulna and connects to the olecranon fossa o Trochlear notch: right between the two process o Coronoid process: Proximal end of ulna and connects to the coranoid fossa o Radial notch: Next to the coranoid process o Styloid process: The pointy part on the distal end of the bone on the medial side Radius (thumb side) o Head: Ball at the proximal side o Neck: o Radial tuberosity: The rough part on the middle of the bone o Styloid process: the pointy on medial side o Ulnar notch: Distal opposite to styloid process Carpals: Small bones in the wrist Metacarpals: The first part of the hand bone Phalanges: The knuckles o Proximal: Punching knuckles o Middle: Next knuckle o Distal: Fingertip knuckles