Flashcards in Day 42 (sacrococcygeal joint, sacro-iliac joint, sternum, ribs) Deck (20):
List, in order, from cranial to caudal the ligaments forming the anterior boundary of the spinal canal.
the membrana tectoria, posterior longitudinal ligament and the deep posterior sacrococcygeal ligament
List, in order, from cranial to caudal the ligaments forming the posterior boundary of the spinal canal.
the posterior atlanto-occipital ligament, posterior atlanto-axial ligament, ligamentum flavum, and the superficial posterior sacrococcygeal ligament
What is the auricular surface of the ilium composed of?
articular cartilage, interspersed with fibrocartilage
What does ankylosis mean?
a condition of fibrous adhesion occurs within the joint
What is the age and surface bias associated with degenerative arthrosis of the sacro-iliac joint?
age 40, the iliac auricular surface
What is the age and gender bias associated with ankylosis of the sacro-iliac joint?
age 50 and male bias particularly in African American males
What is the relationship between the capsular and interosseous sacroiliac ligaments?
the interosseous sacro-iliac ligament replaces the capsular ligament posteriorly
What passes between the layers of the interorsseous sacro-iliac ligament?
dorsal rami from the sacral spinal nerves
What is the name given to the articular site at teh superolateral margin of the manubrium sterni?
Which ribs will articulate with the manubrium sterni?
the first and second ribs
What names are given to the articular sites for the joint with the first and second rib?
costal notch I for the first rib costal cartilage
costal notch II for the second rib costal cartilage
What separates the manubrium sterni and corpus sterni?
the manubriosternal symphysis
What joint classification is identified between the manubrium sterni and the corpus sterni
cartilaginous (amphiarthrosis) symphysis
What vertebral levels correspond to the position of the corpus sterni?
How many sternabrae for the corpus sterni?
What attaches to the non-articular surface of the tubercle of a rib?
the lateral costotransverse ligament
What are the attachment sites for the lateral costotransverse ligament?
fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis
What is present at the sternal end of the rib?
What is present on the head of the first rib?
a single articular surface