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Hum Anatomy & Physiology I LEC

by: Einar Sanford

Hum Anatomy & Physiology I LEC BIOL 2010

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This 8 page Class Notes was uploaded by Einar Sanford on Thursday October 15, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 2010 at Motlow State Community College taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see /class/223577/biol-2010-motlow-state-community-college in Biology at Motlow State Community College.


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Date Created: 10/15/15
BIOL 2010 Special Senses Lab Anatomical Checklist human eye model superior rectus muscle inferior rectus muscle medial rectus muscle lateral rectus muscle superior oblique muscle inferior oblique muscle cornea sclera iris pupil choroid ciliary body ciliary process ora serrata retina optic disc macula lutea central fovea optic nerve cranial nerve ll central retinal artery central retinal vein lens anterior cavity anterior chamber posterior chamber vitreous chamber human a auricle pinna external auditory canal external auditory meatus tympanic membrane Eustachian tube auditory ossicles maeus incus stapes oval window round window vestibule utricle saccule anterior semicircular canal posterior semicircular canal lateral semicircular canal ampulla cochlea external outer ear AXIAL SKELETON Skull 22 bones Cranial Bones 8 Facial Bones 14 ANATOMICAL CHECKLIST FOR SKELETAL SYSTEM frontal bone 1 supraorbital margin supraorbital foramen parietal bones temporal bones 2 styloid process external auditory meatus occipital bone 1 oramen magnum occipital condyles external occipital protuberance sphenoid bone 1 sella turcica ethmoid bone 1 cribriform plate crista galli perpendicular plate nasal bones 2 maxillary bones 2 alveolar process palatine process zygomatic bones 2 temporal process mandible 1 alveolar process body rami angle condylar process coronoid process lacrimal bones 2 palatine bones 2 inferior nasal conchae 2 vomer 1 Vertebral Column 26 vertebrae intervertebral disc body vertebral arch pedicles and laminae vertebral foramen vertebral canal vertebral notch intervertebral foramen spinous process transverse process superior articular process with facet inferior articular process with facet Cervical Vertebrae 7 C1 atlas C2 axis transverse foramen spinous process C2C7 often bifid densodontoid process C2 vertebra prominens C7 Thoracic Vertebrae 12 T1 T12 articular facets for ribs Lumbar Vertebrae 5 L1 Sacrum 5 fused vertebrae median sacral crest lateral sacral crest sacral foramen sacral canal sacral hiatus sacral promontory Coccyx 4 fused vertebrae Thorax Sternum 1 manubrium body xiphoid process Ribs 12 pair costal cartilage true ribs 17 false ribs 810 floating ribs 1112 Hyoid Bone 1 APPENDICULAR SKELETON Pectoral Girdles 2 Clavicle 2 sternal extremity acromial extremity costal tuberosity conoid tubercle Scapula 2 spine body acromion coracoid process glenoid cavity medial vertebral border lateral axillary border supraspinous fossa infraspinous fossa subscapular fossa Upper Limbs Humerus 2 proximal end head greater tubercle lesser tubercle intertubercular sulcus anatomical neck surgical neck body shaft deltoid tuberosity distal end capitulum trochlea radial fossa coronoid fossa olecranon fossa medial epicondyle lateral epicondyle Radius 2 proximal end head radial tuberosity distal end styloid process ulnar notch Ulna 2 proximal end olecranon coronoid process trochlear notch radialnotch distal end head styloid process Carpals 16 scaphow Metacarpals 10 metacarpals I II III IV V base sha head Phabnges28 phabnx base sha head poHex Pelvic Girdles 2 Coxal Bones 2 Ilium iliac crest anterior superior iliac spine anterior inferior iliac spine posterior superior iliac spine posterior inferior iliac spine greater sciatic notch auricular surface schium ischial spine ischial tuberosity lesser sciatic notch ramus Pubis superior ramus inferior ramus acetabulum obturator foramen pubic symphysis Lower Limbs Femur 2 proximal end head neck greater trochanter lesser trochanter body shaft linea aspera distal end medial condyle medial epicondyle lateral condyle lateral epicondyle intercondylar fossa Tibia 2 proximal end medial condyle lateral condyle intercondylar eminence tibial tuberosity distal end medial malleolus fibular notch Fibula 2 proximal end head distal end lateral malleolus Patella 2


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