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Unformatted text preview: Checklist Spring 2007- You need to be able to ID the following bones and boney structures: Very important: 1)ONLY MENTION RIGHT OR LEFT IF YOU ARE ASKED TO DO IT. 2)ONLY PUT THE WORD “BONE” AFTER COXAL BONE , OR THE OTHER VERY FEW SIMILARLY NAMED BONES. This is a near complete list of some of the bones and bone processes you need to know (from Moore and Netter). You should use this as a checklist to make sure you ID everything. On your lab test you will probably have to ID a few bones inside of dark garbage bags just by touch (to determine the names of the bones and right or left). –Dr. Ward Vertebral column- Cervical- Thoracic- Lumbar- Sacrum- Coccyx- General structures of most (but not all) cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae Body- most vertebra have one, C-1/atlas has no body Vertebral foramen- Vertebral canal- Pedicle- Lamina- Spinous process- Transverse process- Superior articular process- Superior articular facet- Inferior articular process- Inferior articular facet- Zygopophyseal joint- Superior vertebral notch Inferior vertebral notch Intervertebral foramina- Vertebral arch- Epiphysial rim- Special structures of C-1/Atlas Lateral mass- Anterior tubercle- Anterior arch- Posterior tubercle- Posterior arch- Transverse foramen- Articular facet for dens- Tubercle for transverse ligament of atlas- Groove for vertebral artery- Superior articular surface of lateral mass for occipital condyle- Inferior articular surface of lateral mass for axis- Special structures of C-2/Axis Dens- Anterior articular facet- Posterior articular facet- Superior articular facet for atlas- Inferior articular facet for C-3 – Lateral mass- Inferior articular process- Tranverse foramen- Vertebra prominens- Special structures of most cervical vertebrae (in addition to some already listed) Transverse foramen- Groove for spinal nerve- Costotransverse bar- Anterior tubercle- Posterior tubercle- Uncus/uncinate process- Interarticular pars- Inferior lip- Special structure just on C-6 vertebra Anterior tubercle of C-6 vertebra (aka carotid tubercle) Special structures of most thoracic vertebrae (in addition to some already listed) Superior costal facet- Inferior costal facet- Costal facet- Transverse costal facet- Angle of articular facet- Special structures of most lumbar vertebrae (in addition to some already listed) Mamillary processes- Accessory process- Special structure just on L-5 vertebra Articular facet for sacrum- Special structures of the sacrum...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course GROSS ANAT 1 taught by Professor Mcgerk! during the Spring '08 term at Texas Chiropractic.
- Spring '08