Skeleton LH 08 - The Skeleton April 8th & 9th, 2008...

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The Skeleton April 8 th th , 2008 What to prepare for class: Readings and Information Chapters 7 & 8: The Axial and Appendicular Skeleton (pp. 171-226) Something to think about BEFORE class 1. Review the vitamin D article (see Bone Tissue) and be able to discuss the relationship between vitamin D and calcium. What are the primary sources of vitamin D? 2. Francis was helping a friend move and hurt his back while bending over to lift a heavy dresser. He had severe pain that radiated into his hip, inguinal area and into his posterior and lateral thigh. What is the most likely diagnosis? Does the doctor order an x-ray or MRI to verify his diagnosis? What is the cause of his hip and leg pain? What is the treatment? Lecture Objectives – by the end of class, can you…. . Identify all the bones that we outlined on your own body in a diagram & Xray (Fig 7.1). Outline the axial and appendicular divisions of the skeleton (Fig 7.1). Describe bone markings (pg 174). Be familiar with the list of bone markings on Table 7.2 - don’t memorize it - we’ll learn a few specific ones as we go through the course. Name and identify the major bones of the skull (see attached list &
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Skeleton LH 08 - The Skeleton April 8th & 9th, 2008...

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