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190lab7 lowlimb bone

190lab7 lowlimb bone - HKIN 190 Anatomy Physiology I Lab 7...

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HKIN 190 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 7 – Lower Limb Skeleton
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axial skeleton skull vertebral column thorax appendicular skeleton pectoral girdle upper limb pelvic girdle lower limb Human Skeleton
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Human Skeleton
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The Pelvis: Lateral view of one hip bone You must know ALL of these landmarks!!
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ACETABULUM • made up of all 3 bones of pelvis The Pelvis: Lateral view of one hip bone
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articular surface for sacrum (auricular surface) iliac fossa The Pelvis: Medial view of one hip bone
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anterior gluteal line posterior gluteal line inferior gluteal line right hip bone, lateral view Gluteal Lines
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Iliac fossa The Pelvis: Anterior View You must know ALL of these landmarks!! Note: pelvic brim
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Female Male Female Male false pelvis larger smaller pelvic brim larger, oval-shaped smaller, heart-shaped pubic arch greater than 90° less than 90° The Pelvis: Male versus Female
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The Femur: anterior and posterior views You must know ALL of these landmarks!! Note: body = shaft
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Patella: anterior and posterior views
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