Module 06 Lab Worksheet

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Module 06Lab Worksheet: Skeletal System, Skeletal Muscle, Joint Dissection- Review Introduction This week’s lab will focus on the continued studyof the gross anatomy and identification of fetal pigskeletal muscles and joint dissection of various synovial joints. Objectives Objectives for this week’s lab include: 1) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of specimen dissection, 2) Review the identification of gross anatomy of bones and their boney landmarks,3) Review the identification ofspecific muscles of the fetal pig and Homo sapiens (humans), 4) Review the joint dissection of various synovial joints within the pig. Pre-Lab Evaluation Questions The pre-lab evaluation questions must be answered prior to lab and demonstrated to your lab instructor. You must read through the assigned chapter readings, lab introduction, objectives, overview and procedure to answer these questions. Please cite your work for any reference source you utilize in answering these questions. 1. In the anatomical position of a human: a. What are the two forearm bones? Make sure you list which one is medial and lateral. A: The two forearm bones are the ulna and the radius. The radius is on the lateralside of the arm, while the ulna is medial. b. What is the proper terminology for the “heel bone”? For the “collar bone”? A: The proper term for the “heel bone” is calcaneus. The proper name for the “collarbone” is clavicle. c. Describe the bones and bony landmarks that compose the hip joint? A: The hip is an irregular shaped bone consisting of three bones which are fused together. These bones are the ilium, pubis, and ischium. It has one joint which is called the sacroiliac joint. This joint articulates with the sacrum and ilium.The anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) is an important landmark of surfaceanatomy. It refers to the anterior extremity of the iliac crest of the pelvis, which provides attachment for the inguinal ligaments, and sartorius muscle.The anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS) is a bony eminence on the anterior border of the hip bone, or, more precisely, the wing of the ilium.
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