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Chapter 8- KIN 2500: Human Anatomy

by: Meghan Davis

Chapter 8- KIN 2500: Human Anatomy 2500

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chapter 8: Appendicular Skeleton
Human Anatomy
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Date Created: 10/14/14
Chapter 8 Thursday September 18 2 14 1 47 AM Appendicular skeleton I Pectoral girdle Articulates with the trunk and supports the upper limbs O Clavicles I S shaped bone I Articulates medially with the manubrium of sternum and laterally with the acromion O Scapulae I Broad at triangle D Three borders and three angles I Glenoid I Spine I Acromion process I Coracoid process 0 Upper limbs O Humerus I Proximal features III Head Z Anatomical and surgical necks III Greater and lesser tubercles intertubercular sulcus I Distal features III Shaft D Deltoid tuberosity roughened area for deltoid muscle D Medial and lateral epicondyles capitulum III Trochlea on the ulna I Distal fossae D Anterior 9 Radial depression that accommodates the head articulate on the lateral side 0 Coronoid accommodates the ulna 0 Olecranon largest olecranon of the ulna O Radius and ulna I They are parallel the radius is lateral to the ulna I Radius III Proximal features 0 Head 9 Neck narrow region 0 Radial tuberosity biceps muscle III Distal features 0 Styloid process lateral part of wrist 9 Ulnar notch D Pronate from anatomical position turn elbow to wrist so palm faces down D Supinate turn hand back to anatomical position I Ulna III Proximal features 0 Trochlear notch 0 Olecranon 9 Coronoid process 0 Radial notch lateral the accommodates the head of radius III Distal features 0 Head 9 Styloid process 0 Eight carpal bones I Proximal row lateral to medial D Scaphoid Anatomy 2500 Page 1 III Lunate III Triquetrum D Pisiform I Distal row lateral to medial III Trapezium III Trapezoid III Capitate III Hamate I S l t p t t c h some lovers try positions they can39t handle 0 Five metacarpals I Are in the palm O Fourteen phalanges I Per hand I Pollex thumb I Pelvis O The pelvic girdle consists of the right and left ossa coxae I With sacrum and coccyx the pelvis 0 As coxae views medial and lateral I The quothip bonequot makes up the ilium ischium and pubis I Articulations I test question which fossa is made up of ilium ischium and pubis coxae I Ilium O Largest of the three fused bones 0 Superior portion of as coxa and acetabulum 0 Features I Ala wouldn39t ask Arcuate line Iliac fossa Anterior posterior and inferior gluteal lines a small ridge Iliac crest most superior part ASIS PSIS I Medial view I Auricular surface articulates with the SI joint Ischium 0 Superior posterior margin of acetabulum 0 Features I Ischial spine I Ischial tuberosity spot for muscle attachment I Ischial ramus part you sit on when you sit in chair Pubis O Anterior region of os coxae 0 Features I Superior and inferior rami I Pubic crest I Obturator foramen I Pectineal line True and false pelves Pelvic brim True pelvis False pelvis outside of pelvic brim superior to pelvic brim Pelvic inlet superior entrance to true pelvis O Pelvic outlet exit of true pelvis defined inferiorly by pubic symphysis Sex differences between the female and male pelves 0 Most reliable indicator of the sex of a skeleton is the pelvis sue to the requirements of pregnancy and childbirth 0 Female ilium is wider which makes wider pelvis has pelvic intel that is oval 0 Male pelvic intel is heart shaped 0 OOOO Anatomy 2500 Page 2 I Lower limb O O Femur I Longest strongest and heaviest bone in the body I Proximal features III Head III Fovea D Neck D Greater and lesser trochanters Intertrochanteric line Gluteal tuberosity Linea aspera Medial and lateral supracondylar lines Distal features D Medial and lateral condyles III Medial and lateral epicondyles D Intercondyler fossa deep posterior depression that separates the condyles D Patellar surface articulation of the patella and the femur Patella quotkneecapquot I Sesomid bone Tibia medial side I Proximal features D Medial and lateral condyles articulations with the femur Fibular articular facet site of the head of the fibula Tibial tuberosity point of attachment for the patella to the knee Tibial border shin Medial malleolus ankle bone on the medial side D Articular surface articulate with tarsal bone talus Fibula lateral side I Proximal head with at articular facet I Narrow neck and slender shaft I Lateral malleolus Seven tarsals I Calcaneus largest bone I Talus articulating with the tibia I Navicular I Cuneiforms I Cuboid Five metatarsals Fourteen phalanges Arches of the foot I Normally the foot is arched I Helps prevent pinching of muscles nerves and blood vessels I Three major arches D Medial III Lateral III Transverse III III III III Abduction away from midline Adduction toward the midline Flexesion decreasing angle of joint toward body Extension increasing angle of joint away from body Test Question The acromion is the most superior part of the scapulae Test question The upper limb does not include the pectoral girdle Anatomy 2500 Page 3


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