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    {http://www.scienceartandmore.com/ProductImages/ACH/3763.jpg} Cranium - large, flat, curved bone which has sutures, where bones join together in immovable joints {http://anatomyatlases.org/atlasofanatomy/plate02/images/2-7_static.jpg} Mandible - only moveable bone in the face, flat, irregular in shape.
    {carpals.jpg} Carpals - small short bones, found in the wrist. Smaller than the tarsals {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/hand/hand_anatomy/hand_anatomy_bones01.jpg} Metacarpals- short, long bones, which are thinner than the metatarsals {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/hand/hand_finger_arthritis/hand_finger_joint_anat01.jpg} Phalanges - very short long bones. Proximal, middle and distal
    {Humerus.jpg} Humerus - long bone with semi linar notch
    {http://www.physioweb.org/IMAGES/humerus.jpg} Humerus - long bone with a rounded head to articulate with the scapula and a coronoid fossa to articulate with the ulna {http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/15/99115-004-EF2C9006.jpg} Ulna - has a semi-lunar notch which articulates with the humerus and styloid process to articulate with the radius. Radius has a flat circular end to the bone {http://www.sci.utah.edu/~simpson/documentation/projects/annotation/webdocs/image_gal_files/BosBones/Clavicle.GIF} Clavicle- S shaped long bone. The flattened epiphysis articulates with the scapula.
    {radius.jpg} Radius - long bone with a flat circular head
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Wednesday, February 27

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    Adult Skull
    1. Face is much smaller than cranium.
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    spots (fontanels).
    3. Skull is ¼ of body length.
    1. Cranium and face are more in proportion.
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    J: T12 (lowest vertebrae of the thoracic spine)
    K: transverse process
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    structured differently
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    Critical Attributes of Vertebral bones
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    {http://www.blobs.org/science/anatomy/lowerribs1.gif}
    The sternum:
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    the ribs.
    The Manubrium: Is located at the top of the sternum, Moves slightly and it’s connected to the first two ribs.
    · Jugular notch: You can feel it at the base of your throat
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Monday, February 25

  1. page Critical Attributes edited ... {thoracic_vertebra.jpg} Vertebrae - irregular bone with central foramen to protect the spinal …
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    {thoracic_vertebra.jpg} Vertebrae - irregular bone with central foramen to protect the spinal cord
    {http://www.scienceartandmore.com/ProductImages/ACH/3763.jpg} Cranium - large, flat, curved bone which has sutures, where bones join together in immovable joints {http://anatomyatlases.org/atlasofanatomy/plate02/images/2-7_static.jpg} Mandible - only moveable bone in the face, flat, irregular in shape.
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    tarsals {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/hand/hand_anatomy/hand_anatomy_bones01.jpg} Metacarpals-Metacarpals- short, long
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    has a flat circular end
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    with a flat circular head
    {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/05/Gray122.png/250px-Gray122.png} Rib - a long flat curved bone that protects the organs of the chest cavity {http://iaks-www.ira.uka.de/home/haimerl/seminar/sternum.gif} Sternum - flat bone with notches for the costal cartilage that attaches to the ribs, and a xiphoid process {Scapula.jpg} Scapula- thin flat bone which has a acromion and coracoid process and two large, flattened fossa
    {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/foot/foot_anatomy/foot_anatomy_bones05.jpg} Metatarsals- short long bones, which are thicker than the metacarpals because of the support needed. The calcaneus (heel) is the largest tarsal
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Monday, April 23

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Monday, February 28

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    {http://www.scienceartandmore.com/ProductImages/ACH/3763.jpg} Cranium - large, flat, curved bone which has sutures, where bones join together in immovable joints {http://anatomyatlases.org/atlasofanatomy/plate02/images/2-7_static.jpg} Mandible - only moveable bone in the face, flat, irregular in shape.
    {carpals.jpg} Carpals - small short bones, found in the wrist. Smaller than the tarsals {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/hand/hand_anatomy/hand_anatomy_bones01.jpg} Metacarpals- short, long bones, which are thinner than the metatarsals {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/hand/hand_finger_arthritis/hand_finger_joint_anat01.jpg} Phalanges - very short long bones. Proximal, middle and distal
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    with the radius {http://www.sci.utah.edu/%7Esimpson/documentation/projects/annotation/webdocs/image_gal_files/BosBones/Clavicle.GIF}radius. Radius has a circular end to the bone {http://www.sci.utah.edu/~simpson/documentation/projects/annotation/webdocs/image_gal_files/BosBones/Clavicle.GIF} Clavicle- S
    {radius.jpg} Radius - long bone with a circular head
    {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/05/Gray122.png/250px-Gray122.png} Rib - a long flat curved bone that protects the organs of the chest cavity {http://iaks-www.ira.uka.de/home/haimerl/seminar/sternum.gif} Sternum - flat bone with notches for the costal cartilage that attaches to the ribs, and a xiphoid process {Scapula.jpg} Scapula- thin flat bone which has a acromion and coracoid process and two large, flattened fossa
    {http://www.eorthopod.com/images/ContentImages/foot/foot_anatomy/foot_anatomy_bones05.jpg} Metatarsals- short long bones, which are thicker than the metacarpals because of the support needed. The calcaneus (heel) is the largest tarsal
    {http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/07/99107-004-B9666996.jpg} Tarsals - Larger short bones, bigger than the carpals {http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/92/99192-004-234CDC7F.jpg} Femur - Large, long bone with two trochanters at the proximal epiphysis
    {http://www.laboratorium.dist.unige.it/%7Epiero/Teaching/Gait/Netter/tibia_anterior.png}{http://www.laboratorium.dist.unige.it/~piero/Teaching/Gait/Netter/tibia_anterior.png} Tibia -
    {http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/740/55376.JPG} Pelvis- Has illiac crest at the top and a socket (acetabulum) for the articulation with the head of the femur; difference between female and male pelvis by function, shape, weight, and size {http://www.dkimages.com/discover/previews/740/54751.JPG} Patella - Small circular, triangular bone that has two facets on the posterior side to allow gliding
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Monday, April 26

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Tuesday, February 9

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