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Chapter 7 Lecture. Chapter 7. The Skeletal System: Appendicular Division. Frederic Martini Michael Timmons Robert Tallitsch. Introduction. The appendicular skeleton is involved in changing your position in the external environment. Standing Walking Sitting Dressing Driving a car.

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chapter 7

Chapter 7 Lecture

Chapter 7

The Skeletal System: Appendicular Division

Frederic Martini

Michael Timmons

Robert Tallitsch

introduction
Introduction
  • The appendicular skeleton is involved in changing your position in the external environment.
    • Standing
    • Walking
    • Sitting
    • Dressing
    • Driving a car
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Introduction

Figure 7.1 The Appendicular Skeleton

the pectoral girdle and the upper limb
The Pectoral Girdle and the Upper Limb
  • Includes the S-shaped clavicle (collarbone) and the flattened scapula (shoulder blade).
  • The clavicle articulates with the sternum’s manubrium; is the only direct connection between the axial skeleton and the pectoral girdle.
  • The scapula is attached to the clavicle anteriorly but has no connection to the actual axial skeleton; instead skeletal muscles and ligaments support it.

The Pectoral Girdle

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the clavicle
The Clavicle

Figure 7.3 The Clavicle

the scapula
The Scapula

Figure 7.5a,b,c The Scapula

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The Scapula

Figure 7.5d,e,f The Scapula

the upper limb
The Upper Limb
  • Consists of the:
    • Brachium (humerus)
    • Antebrachium (ulna and radius)
    • Wrist (carpals)
    • Hand (metacarpals and phalanges) 

The Upper Limb

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the humerus anterior
The Humerus: Anterior

Figure 7.6a The Anterior Humerus

the humerus posterior
The Humerus: Posterior

Figure 7.6d The Posterior Humerus

the ulna and radius posterior
The Ulna and Radius: Posterior

Figure 7.7a The Posterior Forearm

the ulna and radius anterior
The Ulna and Radius: Anterior

Figure 7.7d The Anterior Forearm

the wrist and hand
The Wrist and Hand
  • The carpal bones are the eight bones of the wrist.
  • The five metacarpal bones articulate with the distal carpal bones and make up the palm of the hand.
  • The fourteen phalanges of the hand make up the finger bones.

The Wrist and Hand

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Hand
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the pelvic girdle and lower limb
The Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb
  • The pelvic girdle supports and protects the lower viscera and developing fetus in females.
  • The bones of the pelvic girdle and lower limb are much more massive than their homologues of the upper limb.
  • Consists of two ossa coxae bones.
  • The lower limb includes the thigh (femur), kneecap (patella), leg, (tibia and fibula), ankle (tarsals), and foot (metatarsals and phalanges).

The Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb

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the pelvic girdle
The Pelvic Girdle

Figure 7.10a Lateral Pelvic Girdle

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The Pelvic Girdle

Figure 7.10b Medial Pelvic Girdle

the pelvis
The Pelvis

Figure 7.11a Anterior Pelvis

Figure 7.11b Posterior Pelvis

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The Pelvis

Figure 7.12a Superior Pelvis

Figure 7.12c Inferior Pelvis

the pelvis male vs female
The Pelvis: Male vs. Female
  • The male and female pelvis contains numerous differences.
    • Generally the male pelvis is heavier with more prominent markings due to the larger muscles attached to it.
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The Pelvis: Male vs. Female
  • Characteristics of the female pelvis:
    • Enlarged pelvic outlet, due to wider ischial spines
    • Less curvature of the sacrum and coccyx
    • Wider, more circular pelvic inlet
    • Broader, lower pelvis
    • Widely fanning ilia
    • Pubic angle greater than 100°

The Pelvis

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the femur anterior
The Femur: Anterior

Figure 7.14a The Anterior Femur

the femur posterior
The Femur: Posterior

Figure 7.14d The Posterior Femur

the patella
The Patella

Figure 7.15 The Patella

the tibia and fibula anterior
The Tibia and Fibula: Anterior

Figure 7.16a The Anterior Tibia and Fibula

the tibia and fibula posterior
The Tibia and Fibula: Posterior

Figure 7.16d The Posterior Tibia and Fibula

the ankle and foot
The Ankle and Foot
  • Seven tarsal bones make up the ankle.
  • The five metatarsal bones articulate with the distal tarsal bones and make up the arches of the foot.
  • The fourteen phalanges of the foot make up the toe bones.

The Ankle and Foot

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