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Osteology

The study of bones

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1. PROTECTION (rib cage, cranium, vertebrae)
2. STORAGE AREA (99% of CA is stored in the bones)
3. MOVEMENT (by means of tendons)
4. SUPPORT ( framework were the soft tissues & bones attach themselves)
5. HEMOPOESIS ( the formation of all cells in the blood)


Functions of the skeletal system

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Hemopoesis

The formation of all cells in the blood

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Shape
Individual names

Bones are classified by...

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206 in total, with the exception of 2:

How many bones make up the skeletal system?

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Sutural (WORMIAN) bones
And
Sesamoid bones

Two bones not included in the 206 bones of the body

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Sutural bones

"WORMIAN"

Are small irregular shaped bones that sometimes form along the line of fusion of the cranial bones

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Sesamoid Bones

Any bone embedded in the tendon of a muscle

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1. Axial Skeleton
2. Appendicular Skeleton

Divisions of the skeleton

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Axial Skeleton

Consists of 80 bones out of the 206 that make up the skeletal system

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Skull

Consists of 28 bones of the 80 bones found in the axial skeleton

Houses the organs of sight and the brain

Part of the axial skeleton

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Cranium

Consist of 8 distinct bones, that fuses together to protect the brain

Part of the skull

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Face

Consists of 14 classified bones of the 80 bones of the AXIAL SKELETON

In the skull

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Auditory Ossicles

"Ear Bones"

6 bones in total

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Hyoid

Horseshoe shaped single bone located between the middle of the lower jaw and the voice box

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Vertebrae

26 bones that make up the adult spinal column.

Houses the spinal cord

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Sternum

"Breast Bone"

1 bone in total

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Ribs

Consists of 24 individual bones
Or
12 pairs

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Appendicular Skeleton

Consists of 126 of the 206 Bones that make up the skeletal system

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Upper extremities & Pectoral Joint
(appendages & shoulder joints)

Consists of 64 bones

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Lower extremities & Pelvic Girdle
(appendages & hip joints)

Consists of 62 bones

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Frontal Bone

"Fore head bone"

1 bone

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Supraorbital Margin

"Orbital Cavity"

Superior boundary of the eye sockets

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Superciliary Arches

Prominent ridge off the frontal bone, located posterior to the eye brows or "supercillia"

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Glabella

Slight elevation located at the medial ends of the superciliary arches.

Middle of the eye brows

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Frontal eminences

Two rounded protuberances which give roundness and fullness to the forehead

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Frontal air sinuses

Air spaces of the forehead

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Parietal Bones

Forms the roof and sides of the cranial vault

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Occipital Bone

Bone in which the brain stem passes

Base of the cranial vault

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Foramen Magnum

Large opening on the occipital bone through which the spinal cord passes

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Occipital Condyles

Two prominences off the occipital bone on both sides of the foramen magnum.

Only part of the skull that has direct contact with the spinal column.

Articulates with the 1st cervicle vertebrae

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External Occipital Protuberance

"inion"
Single boney prominence on the base of the skull

Serves as a point of muscle attachment

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Temporal Bones

Thickest bone in the left & right temple regions

Helps to form the sides if the cranial vault

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Squamous Portion

"Squama"

Thin shell shaped upper portion of the temporal bone

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Petrous Portion

Part of each temporal bone that projects into the cranial cavity

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3 Auditory Ossicles

Malleus "HAMMER"

Incus "ANVIL"

Stapes "STIRRUP"

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Carotid Canal

Passageways through each temporal bone through which the internal carotid arteries pass

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Mastoid Portion - Air Cells

Massive part of the temporal bone located directly behind the ear

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Mandibular Fossa

Two shallow depressions off the temporal bone through which the mandible or lower jaw articulates

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External Auditory Meatus

Passageway through the temporal bone through which sound waves initially pass

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Zygomatic Process

Is the boney projection off each temporal bone which goes anteriorly or to the front.

Forms the widest part of the face

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Sphenoid Bone

Bat shaped bone inside the skull

Helps to form the middle cranial fossa

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Stella Turcica

"Turkish Saddle"

Shallow depression in the sphenoid bone

Houses and protects the pituitary gland

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Sphenoid Air Sinuses

Air sinuses in the sphenoid bone

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Ethmoid Bone

Made up of 8 bones

Thin line inside the nose

Single thin and delicate bone of the cranium

Helps to form the boney structure of the nasal septum

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Cribriform Plate

The most superior horizontal portion of the ethmoid bone

Separates the 2 nasal cavities from the cranial cavity

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Crista Galli

Short vertical portion of the ethmoid bone that projects into the cranial cavity

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Perpendicular Plate

Long vertical portion located beneath the cribriform plate

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Ethmoid Air Sinuses

Air sinuses located in the ethmoid bone

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Nasal Bones

Two small rectangular bone of the face that forms the bridge of the nose

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Lacrimal Bones

"Eye Sockets"

Paired fingernail shaped bones of the face which forms the medial boundaries of the orbital cavities

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Vomer Bone

Single or unpaired bone of the face

Helps to form the the boney structure of the nasal septum

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Palatine Bones

2 "L" shaped bones of the face that helps to from the posterior portion of the hard palate

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Maxillary Process

The horizontal portion of each palatine bone which forms the posterior portion of the hard palate

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Zygomatic Bones

"Malar" of "Cheek Bones"

Makes up the lateral boundaries of the eye sockets

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Temporal processes

Boney projections of each zygomatic bone which runs posteriorly.

Unites with the zygomatic process of the temporal bone.

Forms the zygomatic arch "the widest part of the face"

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Inferior nasal conchae

Most inferior part of the 3 pairs of conchaes

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Maxillae

"upper jaw"

2 bones that form the upper jaw

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Maxillary Air Sinuses

"Antrum of Highmore"

Air spaces in the upper jaw

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Alveolar Process

"Tooth sockets"

The spaces where the teeth are housed

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Palatine process

The horizontal part of the maxillae that forms the hard portion of the hard palate

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Mandible

"lower jaw"

Second example of of the impaired bone of the face

Only movable bone of the face

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Ramus

"camel shaped"


The vertical portion on both sides of the lower jaw

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Angle

Point at which each ramus unites with the body

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Mandible Body

The flat part of the lower jaw portion

The largest portion of the lower jaw

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Mental Protuberance

"chin"


Slight elevation on the front of the mandible

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Sternum

"breast bone"

Single bone of the rib cage

Serves as the anterior point of attachment for the first 10 pair of ribs

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Manubrium

Most superior segment of the breast bone

Characterized by 3 notches

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Sternum Body

Largest part of the sternum

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Zyphoid Process

"hangy down part"

Most inferior segment of the breast bone

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How many ribs are there?

12 pair

Or

24 individual

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True ribs

First 7 pairs of ribs directly attached to the costal cartilage and breast bone

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False ribs

Rib pairs 8-12 the costal cartilage IF PRESENT does not directly attach to the breast bone

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Floating ribs

Rib pairs 11-12 are the only ribs that do not have costal cartilage

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Clavicle

"collar bones"

2 medial ends attaches to the breast bone

The lateral ends attaches to the scapula

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Scapula

"shoulder bones"

Triangular shaped bone

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Humerus

"arm bone"

Only bone located between the shoulder and elbow bones

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Ulna

"forearm bone"

Largest and most medial bone of the forearm

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Olecranon process

Ole C. Ranon

"elbow"

Is the boney projection located off the proximal end of the ulna

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Radius

"forearm bone"

The most lateral bone and the smaller bone of the forearm

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Carpal bones

Bones making up the wrist

8 in each wrist, 16 in total

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Metacarpal bones

Bones located beyond the wrist bones

Makes up the palms of the hand

5 in each hand, 10 in total

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Phalanges

"fingers & toes"

14 in each finger and toes, 28 in total

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Os coxae

"hip bone"

3 separate bones

Ilium
Ischium
Pubis (pubic bone)

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Ilium

Largest and most superior segment of the is coxae

The two ^ ^ or the top of the butterfly wings

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Ischium

Most inferior segment of the os coxae

The two bottom butterfly wings

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Pubis

"pubic bone"

Most anterior bone in the os coxae

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Femur

"thigh bone"

The only bone found in the thigh region

Longest bone in the body

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Patella

"knee cap"

Largest and only classified sesamoid bone of the skeleton

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Tibia

"shin bone"

Largest and most medial bone in the leg

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Medial malleolus

Boney prominence off the distal end of the tibia

Inside ankle bone

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Fibula

Smaller and most lateral bone in the leg region

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Lateral malleolus

Boney projection off the distal end of the fibula

Outside ankle bone

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Tarsal Bones

"ankle bone"


7 present in each, 14 total

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Metatarsal bones

Bones located beyond the ankle bones

Make up the arch of the foot

5 in each, 10 total

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Arthrology

Treatment of joints

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Synthrosis

Totally immovable parts

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Cranial sutures

Skull fushions

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Arising from fontanels

Soft spots

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Sternocostal joint

Where the first 7 pair of costal cartilage joins the sternum

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Amphiarthrosis

Slightly moveable joint

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Pubic symphysis

Band of connective tissues which joins the pubic joints

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Sacrosanct iliac articulation

Joint between the iliac and sacrum of the hip bone

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Diarthrosis

Freely movable joints

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Cervical
Thoracic
Lumbar
Sacral (sacrum-singular)
Coccygeal (coccyx-singular)

Types of vertebrae

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Cervical - 7 always
Thoracic - 12 always
Lumbar - 5 always
Sacral - 5 then 1
Coccygeal - 4 then 1

Number of vertebrae