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Practical Review Chapter 9 Axial and appendicular o Axial Skull Sternum (flat) Ribs (flat) Spinal column (Figure 9.1) Sacrum Coccyx Hyoid Bone (under larynx) o Appendicular Pectoral Girdle Scapula Clavicle (long) Pelvic Girdle Ox coxae (irregular) Arms hands Legs Feet Shapes of bones
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Difference b/w compact and spongy o Spongy Skull Ribs Presence of red marrow o Compact Outside of long bones Anatomy of a long bone Unit of bone o Osteon o Rings – lamellae o Holes – lacunae o Cells – osteocytes o Connections in b/w - calicular o Big hole –central canal Cartilages o Slides Chapter 10, 11, 12 Fontanels: (12) o Anterior fontanel Jugular and Carotid Artery Ribs
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o True: cartilage sternum o False: cartilage of the others
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Unformatted text preview: o Floating: connect to nothing • Vertebral Markings Chapter 13 • Structural o Fibrous o Cartilogous o Synovial • Subtypes • Functional Type • Know each type of joints • Knee Structure o Articular Cartilage (hyline) o Fibrocartialge – meniscus (thick pad) o Patellar Tendon – coming into the patella o Synovial Membrane • Movements of synovial joints • Connective Tissue o Fascia – surrounding the muscle o Fascicles • Neuromuscular Junction (models and microscopic slide) • All the muscles and functions o Larger movements • NO origin or insertion • Abductor longus not femours • Diaphragm involved in breathing •...
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