LECTAPc Skeleton - Unit III Objectives Human Anatomy &...

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Osseous TissueDiscuss the general functions of the skeletal system.Classify bones by shape: long, short, flat, irregular, sesamoid, and sutural (Wormian) bones.Name the anatomical parts of a long bone, such as epiphysis, diaphysis, epiphyseal plate, and metaphysis.Describe, sketch, or select aspects of bone histological structure, including the roles of various cells(osteocytes, etc.), Haversian systems, and associated canals.Distinguish between spongy and compact bone.Describe the association of membranes to bones, including the membrane's structure, and the role ofperforating fibersCompare the functions of yellow and red marrow.Define or properly use the following bone terminology: tuberosity, crest, trochanter, line, tubercle,epicondyle, spine, head, facet, condyle, ramus, meatus, sinus, fossa, groove, fissure, and foramen.Describe the process of bone formation, both by intramembranous and by endochondral ossification.Describe how bones change length and width.Explain the role of the vasculature in bone formation as well as the vascularization of a complete longbone.Explain the effects of aging, stress, and fractures on bone (and, in general, the healing of the latter).Human Skeleton (general)Define or properly use any bone terminology.Differentiate structurally and functionally between the axial and appendicular skeleton.Locate, label or select the names of all skeletal bones as indicated in the Laboratory Manual.Locate, label or select bone markings, processes, etc., as indicated in the Laboratory Manual.Human Skeleton (more specific)Cite functions of the vertebral column, and describe its typical curvatures and regions.Cite names for parts common to most vertebrae and identify these parts on bones, diagrams, or models.Unit III ObjectivesHuman Anatomy & Physiology IHuman Anatomy and Physiology I1Dr. Yount (201020)
Differentiate particular vertebral bones based on region or on a particular bone’s features.Describe the sacrum and the coccyx and their functions, and label appropriate parts as in the Lab Manual.Describe or label features of the sternum (jugular notch, the sternal angle, manubrium, gladiolus, xiphoidprocess). Describe or label features of a rib. Describe the articulation of a rib with the vertebrae, andthe function of costal cartilages. Distinguish "true" from "false" ribs, and explain the ribs' functions.Describe the bones of the pectoral girdle (clavicle and scapula), explain their articulations and theirgeneral orientation, and determine left from right. Label or select the clavicle and scapula features.Describe the humerus and distinguish left from right. Label or select humerus features.Describe the orientation of the radius and ulna and the assemble them properly in relation to the humerus.Distinguish left from right for each bone. Label or select ulna and radius features.Label or select names for all of the bones of the wrist and hand. Distinguish a right hand from a left.Describe the bones of the pelvic girdle (coxa and its parts), explain their articulations and their general

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