Week 5, day 1. End of skeleton
Week 5, day 1. End of skeleton ANTH 0630
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Date Created: 10/05/15
The Lower Appendage gt Femur 0 Head 0 Fovea Capitus O Anterior Side I Greater Trochanter Extends your leg I Lesser Trochanter exes your leg 0 Posterior Side I Condyles connect with the tibia so they re located distal 0 Provides gliding motion of the leg I Linea Aspera adducts the leg this is the line that you can see down the center 0 Anterior distal side I Patella sits here Called the Patellar Articulate Surface gt Patella O Apex points down 0 Articular Surface located posteriorly gt Tibia 0 Tibial Plateau Medial Malleolus distal end on the inside of the ankle Tibial tuberosity patellar ligament attaches here Anterior crest we know this is what we touch when we feel our shin bone Posterior Side I Fibular facet it s located on the Tibia bone but called fibular because it s where the fibula sits I Fibular notch It s located distally and laterally on the tibia O O O O gt Fibula 0 Lateral ankle joint Not weight bearing Can break easily It also has a head pointy side of the bone Articular surface The tallus or the foot bone sits here 0 Lateral malleolus It s the ankle knob that s located laterally gt Ankle Joint O Talus O Calcaneus O BOTH OF THESE ARE PRESENT AT BIRTH gt Terms for relative location 0 Inferior or pedal where we walk 0 Superior or dorsal the part of the foot for the pretty tattoosbut that s my 0 O O 0 personal opinion the professor didn t say this so you don t have to worry about not agreeing with me gt Tarsals 7 VVVVVV Metatarsals 5 Abbreviated MT for MetaTarsals Phalanges 14 I 5 distal 4 middle 5 proximal just like the hand Total of 26 feet bones per foot 52 bones total Symphalongism fused phalanges of the foot There are a total of 12 left ribs And a total of 14 long bones
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