Lecture notes Week 4
Lecture notes Week 4
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Date Created: 09/18/15
Anatomy Lecture Notes Week 4 Hey all I hope everyone did really well on their tests I really feel like I personally know now what I need to do to study and get an A in this class Bones Diseases of the bone system 0 Osteoporosis o Rickets Sutures wigglyjoints that hold the skull bones together 0 In the fetus these are called fontanelles Be able to locate and name the cranial and facial bones Cranial fossae o Anterior front 0 Middle middle crazy right 0 Posterior back Cranial Bones 0 Frontal o Parietal o Occipital Occipital conder Foramen magnum spinal cord goes through here External Occipital Protuberance 0 Temporal Styloid Process Mastoid Process External Acoustic Meatus Zygomatic Process Facial Bones 0 Sphenoid Lesser and Greater Wings Superior Orbital Fissure Optic Canal Sella Turcica o Ethmoid Cribiform plate Crista Galli Perpendicular Plate 0 Vomer o Inferior Nasal Conchae o Maxilla Frontal Process Alveolar Process 0 Palatine o Zygomatic o Nasal o Lacrimal o Mandible Mandibular condyle o Hyoid 0 Ear Ossicles Openings between bones o Foramen Lacerum o Jugular Foramen o Inferior Orbital Fissure o Paranasal Sinuses Vertebral Column Spine lntervertebral discs 0 Cervical Lamina Pedicle Transverse Foramen Know C1 and C2 differences from rest of cervical vertebrae o Thoracic Transverse costal facets Superior and inferior costal facets o Lumbar Body Lamina Pedicle Transverse Process Spinous Process Vertebral foramen Articular Facets o Sacrum o Coccyx Axial axis Skeleton o Sternum Manubrium Body Xiphoid process 0 Ribs Appendicular appendage skeleton Upper limb o Humerus o Radius 0 Ulna Hand 0 Carpels little wrist bones o Metacarpals palm bones o Phalanges fingers proximal middle distal
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