2 Large irregular bones 2 that articulate with the sacrum to for the pelvis 3

2 large irregular bones 2 that articulate with the

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2. Large irregular bones (2) that articulate with the sacrum to for the pelvis. 3 Fused bones form it are these are ___________, _______________, and _________________ 3. This structure decreases the weight of the coxa and is mostly closed by a connective tissue membrane ____________________ 4. Depression that articulates with the head of the femur. The ball and socket joint between the head of the femur and the depression is called hip joint. The name of this fossa is _______________ 5. Attachment site for muscles moving the vertebral column and arms
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Lab Quiz a) Iliac crest b) Vertebral foramen c) Transverse Foramina d) Intervertebral Process 6. Which structures (inferior-superior) are attachment sites for muscles moving the tight and leg? 7. These structures serve as attachment sites for ligaments holding the sacrum in place 8. Anterior connection between the 2 coxae is called ____________________ 9. Small depression inferior to the ischial spine _________________ 10. This depression allow passage of nerves and blood vessels to the posterior side of the pelvic girdle _____________________________ 11. Which joint transfers weight from the coxae to the femur and allows movement as well? Lower Limb 1. Largest and strongest bone of the body ___________________ 2. Attachment sides for hip muscles moving the femur are called __________________. The ______________________ is lateral located to the head of the femur while the ____________________ in the medial side. 3. These structures bear weight while also allowing movement at the knee _______________ 4. Attachment site for ligaments holding the femur and tibia together _______ 5. Small depression on the anterior side of the distal end ___________ 6. Kneecap = ____________. Found within a tendon of an anterior tight muscle moving the leg 7. Which bone is responsible for bearing most of the body’s weight? 8. Match the following terms a) Medial Malleolus 1. Bear weight while allowing movement at the knee. Articulate with the condyles of the femur b) Tibial crest 2. Diaphysis or body c) Medial/lateral C 3. Ligaments holding the patella in place attach to the tibial tub d) Tibial tuberosity 4. Distal end; attachment site for ligaments holding the leg and feet bones together at the ankle 9. Which bone is slender and lateral in the leg and does not bear much weight? 10. Articulates with the distal end of the tibia ______________________
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Lab Quiz 11. Distal end and attachment site for ligaments holding the leg, foot: together at the anckle _____________ 12. True or False. Does the tibia have a head?
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  • Fall '17
  • patty finkenstadt
  • ball and socket joint

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