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Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Week 3; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Week 3; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida. Appendicular Skeleton. Remember that the body is made up of many segments. Limbs are multisegmental – derived from more than one segment, usually 6 . 6 segments. 6 segments.

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Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Week 3; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

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  1. Biology 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Week 3; Lecture 2; Wednesday Dr. Stuart S. Sumida Appendicular Skeleton

  2. Remember that the body is made up of many segments. Limbs are multisegmental – derived from more than one segment, usually 6.

  3. 6 segments 6 segments

  4. Pectoral girdle is SUPERFICIAL to the body wall. Pectoral limb attaches to dorsal aspect of body wall. Pelvic Girdle temporarily INTERRUPTS the body wall. Pelvic limb attaches to lateral aspect of body wall Placement of the Limbs Relative to Body Wall

  5. Pectoral Girdle Brachium Antebrachium Manus Femur,Thigh Pelvic Girdle Crus Pes

  6. Female Male

  7. LATERAL MENISCUS • DEEP CAPSULE SURFACE • ANTERIOR/ POSTERIOR HORNS • POPLITEUS TENDON • MENISCO-PATELLAR FIBERS • POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT • MEDIAL MENISCUS • DEEP CAPSULE SURFACE • ANTERIOR/ POSTERIOR HORNS • MENISCO-FEMORAL & PATELLAR FIBERS • SEMI-MEMBRANOSIS (DISPUTED) • MCL

  8. LCL MCL

  9. TIBIAL COLLATERAL LIGAMENT • POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT • ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT 1 3 2

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