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Bones Review. Coronal Suture. Frontal Bone. Parietal Bone. Sphenoid Bone. Squamous Suture. Lambdoid Suture. Nasal Bone. Maxilla Bone. Occipital Bone. Zygomatic Bone. Temporal Bone. Zygomatic Process. External Acoustic Meatus. Mastoid Process. Mandible Bone. Styloid Process.

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    1. Bones Review

    2. Coronal Suture Frontal Bone Parietal Bone Sphenoid Bone Squamous Suture Lambdoid Suture Nasal Bone Maxilla Bone Occipital Bone Zygomatic Bone Temporal Bone Zygomatic Process External Acoustic Meatus Mastoid Process Mandible Bone Styloid Process

    3. Frontal Bone Parietal Bone Nasal Bone Zygomatic Bone Maxilla Bone Mandible Bone

    4. Zygomatic Process Carotid Canal Temporal Bone Jugular Foramen Occipital Condyle Foramen Magnum Parietal Bone Occipital Bone

    5. Spinous process Vertebral arch Transverse process Superior articular process Vertebral Foramen Vertebral Body

    6. What am I? Cervical vertebra Thoracic vertebra Lumbar vertebra

    7. What am I? Lumbar vertebra Thoracic vertebra Cervical vertebra

    8. Jugular notch Manubrium Sternal Angle True Ribs 1-7 Vertebrosternal ribs Sternal body Xiphoid Process False Ribs 8-12 Vertebrochondral ribs

    9. The Anatomical term for the bone containing the mastoid process is the: • Temporal bone

    10. The anatomical term for the bone found just above our eyebrows is the: • Frontal bone

    11. Composite bone; articulates with the hipbone laterally: • Sacrum

    12. In describing abnormal curvatures, it could be said that _____ is an exaggerated thoracic curvature. • Kyphosis

    13. Transverse processes have facets for articulation with ribs; spinous process points sharply downward. • Thoracic vertebra

    14. The anatomical term for the single, irregular, butterfly-shaped bone, forming part of the cranial floor is the: • Sphenoid bone

    15. You Should Always Be Studying On Your Own! Don’t Wait For Me!

    16. Coronal Suture Frontal Bone Parietal Bone Sphenoid Bone Squamous Suture Lambdoid Suture Nasal Bone Maxilla Bone Occipital Bone Zygomatic Bone Temporal Bone Zygomatic Process External Acoustic Meatus Mastoid Process Mandible Bone Styloid Process

    17. Frontal Bone Parietal Bone Nasal Bone Zygomatic Bone Maxilla Bone Mandible Bone

    18. Zygomatic Process Carotid Canal Temporal Bone Jugular Foramen Occipital Condyle Foramen Magnum Parietal Bone Occipital Bone

    19. Spinous process Vertebral arch Transverse process Superior articular process Vertebral Foramen Vertebral Body

    20. What am I? Cervical vertebra Thoracic vertebra Lumbar vertebra

    21. What am I? Lumbar vertebra Thoracic vertebra Cervical vertebra

    22. Jugular notch Manubrium Sternal Angle True Ribs 1-7 Vertebrosternal ribs Sternal body Xiphoid Process False Ribs 8-12 Vertebrochondral ribs

    23. Bones Review

    24. You Should Always Be Studying On Your Own! Don’t Wait For Me!

    25. Review Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb

    26. Coracoid process Superior Angle Acromion Glenoid Cavity Spine Lateral Angle Lateral Border Inferior Angle

    27. Greater tubercle Head Lesser tubercle Deltoid tuberosity Trochlea Capitulum

    28. Olecranon Process Trochlear Notch Coronoid Process Radial head Ulnar head Styloid process of the radial bone

    29. Phalanges Metacarpals Carpals

    30. That’s what you can expect for pictures. Try it again? Let’s…

    31. Coracoid process Superior Angle Acromion Glenoid Cavity Spine Lateral Angle Lateral Border Inferior Angle

    32. Greater tubercle Head Lesser tubercle Deltoid tuberosity Trochlea Capitulum

    33. Olecranon Process Trochlear Notch Coronoid Process Radial head Ulnar head Styloid process of the radial bone

    34. Phalanges Metacarpals Carpals

    35. Medial bone of the forearm in anatomical position. Ulna

    36. Bones of the fingers. Phalanges

    37. Distal medial process of the humerus; joins the ulna. Trochlea

    38. Socket in the scapula for the arm bone. Glenoid cavity

    39. Heads of these bones form the knuckles. Metacarpals

    40. Shoulder girdle bone that articulates anteriorly with the sternum. Clavicle

    41. Rounded knob on the humerus that articulates with the radius. Capitulum

    42. Process above the glenoid cavity that permits muscle attachment. Coracoid process

    43. If you did well here, you’ll do very well tomorrow. If you didn’t do well here, you need to study Worksheets 5-5.

    44. Iliac Crest False Pelvis Ilium True Pelvis Acetabulum Pubic Symphysis Obturator Foramen

    45. Femoral Head Fibular Head Tibial Tuberosity Neck Tibia Femur Fibula

    46. Don’t Forget the ones not shown

    47. Let’s try it again.

    48. Iliac Crest False Pelvis Ilium True Pelvis Acetabulum Pubic Symphysis Obturator Foramen

    49. Femoral Head Fibular Head Tibial Tuberosity Neck Tibia Femur Fibula

    50. Let’s try some questions.