Lab 6 Appendicular Skeleton - Differences b/w male and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/8/10 3/3/10 Jon S, Andrew S, Sarah K Lab 6 Appendicular Skeleton
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4/8/10 Pectoral Girdle and Upper Pectoral Girdle Attachment of upper limbs to axial skeleton Site of muscle, ligament attachement Consists of 2 bones: Clavicle (collarbone) and Scapula (Shoulderblade) Thin, light How does this relate to function/movement? Upper limbs 30 bones in upper limb
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4/8/10 Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limbs Pelvic Girdle Attaches lower limbs to axial skeleton Transmits weight of upper body to limbs Support visceral organs of pelvis Hip Bone (os coxae) composed of 3 fused regions- ilium, ischium, pubis Hip bones fused posteriorly at sacrum , anteriorly at pubic symphysis
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Unformatted text preview: Differences b/w male and female? 4/8/10 Terms Complete Break: bone fragments separate completely Incomplete Break: bone fragments are partially jointed Reduction: aligning the bone Open (compound) vs. Closed (simple): skin break, exposure to outside environment Bone Scan: nuclear imaging, measures bone metabolism, tracks bone disease or if cancer has metastasized to bone 4/8/10 Radiology Case Studies ID the structure that appears abnormal Describe the location of the lesion within the body structure using anatomical terms Describe symptoms 4/8/10 Name that Break! 4/8/10 4/8/10 4/8/10 Bone Scans 4/8/10 4/8/10 4/8/10...
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