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Neck – narrower portion of bone below the head of the femur Greater Trochanter – massive process on the outside of the femur, opposite of the head & neck Condyles – at the bottom of the femur, the condyles are rounded and articulate with tibia Patella - kneecap Tibia – shin Medial Condyle (inside) - at the top of the tibia, and they articulate with the femoral condyles Lateral Condyle (outside) – at the top of the tibia, and they articulate with the femoral condyles Fibula – thinner bone, distal Ankle, Foot Talus – anterior front of ankle Calcaneus - heel Tarsal Bones – short foot bones Metatarsal Bones – longer foot bones Phalanges – little toes, first and second knuckles Torso Structures Structures Heart – behind rib cage & lungs - pumps blood to the body Lungs – behind rib cage - paired organs of respiration Liver – behind/below rib cage - production of plasma proteins, excretion of bile, storage of energy reserves Pancreas – behind stomach - secretes pancreatic juice, hormones (insulin, glucagon)
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This note was uploaded on 08/05/2011 for the course KIN 142 taught by Professor Asmundson during the Spring '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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