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Boney Landmarks. Boney Landmarks. These are important because they allow for muscle attachment and passage of nerves and vessels This allows for the direct connection between the muscular and skeletal system. Vocabulary-The Holes . Foramen: a hole Fossa: a wide, smooth, concave surface

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Boney landmarks1
Boney Landmarks

  • These are important because they allow for muscle attachment and passage of nerves and vessels

  • This allows for the direct connection between the muscular and skeletal system


Vocabulary the holes
Vocabulary-The Holes

  • Foramen: a hole

  • Fossa: a wide, smooth, concave surface

  • Notch: an indentation


Vocabulary the bumps
Vocabulary-The Bumps

  • Process: a structure that sticks out like a pan handle

  • Crest: a raised ridge of bone

  • Tuberosity: a small, rough-to-the-touch bump

  • Tubercle: a small, round bump that is smooth

  • Trochanter: large, rough-to-the-touch projection

  • Condyle: a large swelling on the epiphysis

  • Epicondyle: a large swelling nearer to the “neck” of the bone




Clavicle
Clavicle

Body


Ribcage
Ribcage

Jugular notch


Vertebrae
Vertebrae

c

c

c

c

c

c

c

c


Pelvis
Pelvis

Ischial tuberosity is your butt bone!

Obturator foramen



Humerus
Humerus

Olecranon process is on the opposite side of the coronoid process






Foot

Hallux=big toe


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