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Skeletal Review. Principles of Health Science. How many vertebrae are in the cervical spine?. How many pairs of ribs do we have?. What is the name of the most distal portion of the sternum?. What 2 bones make up the shoulder girdle?. Which lower arm bone is found on the medial side?.

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Skeletal Review

Principles of Health Science


  • How many vertebrae are in the cervical spine?


  • How many pairs of ribs do we have?


  • What is the name of the most distal portion of the sternum?


  • What 2 bones make up the shoulder girdle?


  • Which lower arm bone is found on the medial side?


  • What is another term for ‘wrist bones’?


  • What is the weight-bearing bone of the lower leg?


  • How many tarsal bones do we have?


  • What is the name of the procedure that realigns or straightens a fracture?


  • What is the name of the last step in the healing of fractures?


  • What are the five functions of the skeletal system?


  • What are the 2 divisions of the skeletal system?


  • What is the name of “areas where the cranial bones have joined together”?


  • What are “openings in the bones that allow nerves and blood vessels to enter or leave the bone”?


  • What type of joint is ‘freely movable’?


  • Give an example of an amphiarthrosis joint.


  • Name this bone


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  • Name this fracture


  • Name this fracture


  • Name this fracture


  • Name this fracture


  • Name this fracture


  • Name this fracture


Bonus:

  • Name the smallest bone in the human body.


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