Anatomy & Physiology Human Skeletal System M2 SLP

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Pamela Roberson ANT 2501, MODULE 2 [email protected]
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The Skeletal System
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Introduction Skeletal system Normal anatomy and physiology of bone Axial and Appendicular skeleton Three different types of joints and where these joints can be found in the human body.
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Skeletal System Figure 1
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Skeletal System Continue Figure 2
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Anatomy and Physiology of bone Figure 3
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Types of Bones Long bones , the "bones of mobility Short bones of the skeleton are typically provide support and stability Flat bones their primary function is to protect the body's vital organs from injury. Irregular bones the protectors include the sacrum and coccyx (tailbone area), the mandible (jawbone) and the cervical (neck), thoracic (chest and midback) and lumbar spinal columns.
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Axial Skeleton
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Appendicular Skeleton
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Unformatted text preview: Joints Joints are the place where two bones meet. All of your bones, except for one (the hyoid bone in your neck), form a joint with another bone. Joints hold your bones together and allow your rigid skeleton to move. Three Types of Joints • Synarthrose-Immovable joint • Amphiarthroses- slightly movable joint • Diarthrosis-freely movable joint Joints Conclusion • Explore the pathological process related to the skeletal system. • Explain the normal anatomy and physiology of bones • Describe at least 3 different types of joints found in the human body. References Coleman, R. Bone tissue. Retrieved October 30, 2010 from http://www.technion.ac.il/~mdcourse/274203 /lect5.html Davenport, S. (2002). The appendicular skeleton. Retrieved October 30, 2010 from...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course ANT 250 I taught by Professor Drlegg during the Fall '11 term at Trident Technical College.

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