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Unformatted text preview: Trochlear notch is anterior on the proximal end Proximal radial notch faces laterally Notes: Radius Concavity (smooth surface) of the anterior distal surface Distal styloid process extends laterally Notes: Femur Intercondylar notch on the posterior distal end Proximal head faces medially Notes: Tibia Tibial tuberosity and anterior crest on the anterior surface Medial malleolus on the distal end Notes: Coxal bone (Os coxa) Pubic bone faces anteriorly; greater sciatic notch is posterior Acetabulum is on the lateral surface Notes: Sexing the coxal bone (os coxa) To determine if a coxal bone is from a male or a female skeleton, locate the greater sciatic notch of the coxal bone. If the notch has a narrow angle, the coxal bone is from a male. If the notch has a wide angle, the coxal bone is from a female....
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course PSIO 201 taught by Professor Stanescu during the Summer '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
- Summer '08