Abducts thigh 7 Adducts flexes thigh Flexes hip thigh 1 Flexes thigh crosses

Abducts thigh 7 adducts flexes thigh flexes hip thigh

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Abducts thigh 7. Adducts, flexes thigh ~. Flexes hip (thigh) 1 Flexes thigh, crosses leg Jo.Extends thigh -------------------~' 06ri~f9.e~ ORIGINS AND INSERTIONS: 11. Tibial tuberosity J 2 .Calcaneus 13-lschial tuberosity fC/Acetabulum of coxa /5-.Linea aspera of femur 1(,. Condyles of femur If· Ilium / g ·Fibula head / Tibia .TO.Sacrum, Coccyx ( n -Tt·~ J. fl u v I ...4.. I NT"<. l"" V\ I I 50 I
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LAB 6 -AXIAL DIVISION OF SKELETAL SYSTEM Skull 1. Cranial a. Frontal b. Parietal c. Temporal 1 . Mastoid process 2. External auditory meatus 3. Zygomatic process d. Occipital 1 . Occipital condyles 2. Foramen magnum e. Sphenoid 1. Sella turcica f. Ethmoid 1. Crista galli 2. Olfactory foramina 2. Facial a. Nasals b. Lacrimals c. Maxilla 1. lnfraorbital foramen d. Mandible 1. Mental foramen 2. Condylar process 3. Coronoid process e. Zygomatic (Temporal process) Sutures = Frontal, Sagittal, Squamousal, Lambdoidal Sinus = Frontal, Sphenoidal, Maxillary and Ethmoid Fontanel =Anterior, Posterior, Anteriolateral, and Posteriolateral Hyo id Vertebral column 1. typical vertebrae = Body, Spinous process, Transverse process, Articular facets, Vertebral foramen 2. Cervical vertebrae (transverse foramen) a. Atlas (C1) b. Axis (C2) -dens 3. Thoracic vertebrae 4. Lumbar vertebrae 5. Sacral vertebrae 6. Coccyx vertebrae Bony Thorax 52 I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
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I ~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I PRACTICAL 2 REVIEW SHEET LAB 5 -SKELETAL SYSTEM OVERVIEW Cartilage Tissue 1. Hyaline cartilage slide= label= chondrocyte, lacunae, gel matrix 2. Elastic cartilage slide = label = chondrocyte, lacunae and elastic fibers 3. Fibrocartilage slide = label = chondrocyte, lacunae and collagen fibers Bone tissue 1. Compact bone model and slide = Osteen a. Lamellae b. Osteocyte in lacunae c. Canaliculi d. Central (Haversian) canal e. Perosteum f. Endosteum 2. Spongy (cancellous) bone slide= label= Trabeculae, red bone marrow, osteocytes in lacunae Bone types 1. short 2. flat 3. irregular 4. long Long bone anatomy 1. Diaphysis 2. Epiphysis (proximal and distal) 3. Epiphyseal plate vs. line 4. Medullary cavity 5. Periosteum 6. Endosteum 7. Articular cartilage 8. Red bone marrow 9. Yellow bone marrow Bone Growth: Endochondral ossification slide = label = Zone of Resting cartilage, zone of Proliferation, zone of Hypertrophy and zone of Calcification Bone Growth: Hormones Hormone Stimulus Production site Target site(s Action/Response 1. Calcitonin (CT) 2. Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) 3. Growth hormone (hGH) (A&Pll) 51
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I .. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1. Sternum a. Manubrium b. Body c. Xiphoid process 2. Ribs a. true b. false LAB 7: APPENDICULAR DIVISION, ARTICULATIONS, MOVEMENT Pectoral girdle 1. Clavicle 2. Scapula a. Glenoid cavity/fossa b. Spine c. Acromion process d. Coracoid process Upper extremities 1. Humerus a. Head b. Greater tubercle c. Lesser tubercle d. Deltoid tuberosity e. Capitulum f. Trochlea g. Medial epicondyle h. Olecranon fossa 2. Radius a. Radial tuberosity b. Styloid process 3.
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