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How many moveable vertebrae are there?

24

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What is the name of this part of the femur?

head

3

What is the name of this part of the femur?

lesser trochanter

4

What is the name of this part of the femur?

fovea capitus

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What is the name of this part of the femur?

greater trochanter

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What is the name of this part of the femur?

linea aspera

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What is the name of this part of the femur?

condyles

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What is the name of this part of the femur?

patella articular surface

9

What is this structure of the scapula called?

glenoid fossa

10

What is this area of the scapula called?

the spine

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How many fixed vertebrae are there?

9

12

What is this part of the humerus called?

the head

13

What is this part of the tibia called?

tibial tuberosity

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What is this part of the tibia called?

anterior crest

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What is this part of the tibia called?

medial malleolus

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What is this part of the tibia called?

fibular facet

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What is this part of the tibia called?

fibular notch

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What is this part of the fibula called?

talus articular surface

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What is this part of the fibula called?

lateral malleolus

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What is the name of this bone?

talus

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What is this part of the humerus called?

the greater tubercle

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What is this part of the humerus called?

olecranon fossa

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What is this part of the humerus called?

coronoid fossa

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What is the name of the groove between the lesser turbicle and the greater turbicle of the humerus 

bicipital groove or intertubercular groove

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What is the name of this structure of the humerus?

capitulum

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What is the name of this structure of the humerus?

trochlea

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From superior to inferior, name the three sections of the upper spine composed of movable vertebrae.

cervical, thoracic, lumbar

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How many vertebrae compose the cervical spine?

7

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How many vertebrae compose the thoracic spine?

12

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How many vertebrae compose the lumbar spine?

5

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What are the six sutures of the skull?

  1. coronal
  2. sagittal
  3. squamodal
  4. lambdoid
  5. basilar
  6. metopic

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What is the foramen magnum and where is it located?

The large foramen in the occipital bone through which the medulla oblongata passes.

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When the arm is ________, the ulna and radius are crossed.

pronated (palm facing posterior)

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What is this structure of the ulna called?

semilunar notch

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What is this structure of the ulna called?

radial notch

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What is this structure of the ulna called?

olecranon process

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What is this structure of the ulna called?

coronoid process

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What is this structure of the radius called?

head

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What is this structure of the radius called?

radial tuberosity

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What is this area of the tooth called?

the crown

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What is this structure of the radius called?

ulnar notch

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How many carpals are there in each hand?

8

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What is this area of the tooth called?

the neck

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What is this area of the tooth called?

the root

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How many metacarpals are there in each hand?

5

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Identify #1 on this diagram of the tooth.

enamel

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In the thumb, which phalange is not present?

middle phalanx

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How many bones are there in the hand in total?

27

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Identify #2 on this diagram of the tooth.

dentin

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What type of vertebrae is this?

cervical

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What type of vertebrae is this?

lumbar

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What type of vertebrae is this?

thoracic

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What is the name of this structure of the cervical vertebrae?

the transverse foramen

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What is the name of this structure of the cervical vertebrae?

the bifid spinous process

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What are the atlas and axis?

the C-1 and C-2 vertebrae

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What structure articulates between the atlas and axis of the spine?

the dens

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What are the areas of the thoracic vertebrae where the ribs sit called?

rib facets or costal pits

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Identify #3 on this diagram of the tooth.

pulp & pulp cavity

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What are the names of the joints where the sacrum articulates with the pelvis?

sacroliac joints

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Identify #4 on this diagram of the tooth.

gingiva

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What are these ribs called?

true ribs

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What are these ribs called?

false ribs

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What are these ribs called?

floating ribs

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What is the groove on a rib called?

the costal groove

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The bulge just below the head of a rib is called what?

a tubercle

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The flat end of the rib is called the...

sternal end

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Identify #5 on this diagram of the tooth.

cemento-enamel junction (CEJ)

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What is this section of the sternum called?

manubrium

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What is this section of the sternum called?

body

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What is this section of the sternum called?

xiphoid process

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What is the innominate bone?

the hip bone or pelvic bone

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What is this section of the hip bone called?

ilium

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What is this section of the hip bone called?

ischium

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What is this section of the hip bone called?

pubis

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The hollow in the hip bone where the top of the femur sits is called what?

acetabulum

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This little notchy bit is called what?

sciatic notch

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What is this hole called?

obturator foramen

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Identify #6 on this diagram of the tooth.

alveolar bone

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Identify #7 on this diagram of the tooth.

root canal

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Identify #8 on this diagram of the tooth.

cementum

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Identify #9 on this diagram of the tooth.

periodontal ligament

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Identify #10 on this diagram of the tooth.

apex (root tip) & apical foramen

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What are the occipital condyles?

Rounded protrusions of bone on either side of the foramen magnum on the underside of the occipital bone.

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What is the exterior occipital protuberance?

A protrusion of bone at the back of the skull on the occipital bone. It is generally more prominant in males than in females and often used in sexing.

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What are nuchal lines?

Small grooves on either side of the exterior occipital protuberance.

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What are wormian bones/ossicles?

Irregular "fingers" of bone that form along the cranial sutures. They are also known as "ossicles".

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What is the parietal margin?

The edge of the occipital bone that touches the parietal bone.

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What is the basioccipital?

The bone directly in front of the foramen magnum.

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What are Inca bones?

This is another term for "Wormian bones".

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What are the names of the four margins of the parietal bone?

  1. occipital
  2. frontal
  3. temporal
  4. parietal

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What are meningeal grooves?

Channels on the interior of the cranium that follow the shape of the meningeal artery.

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What part of the mandible is the "body"?

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Which part of the mandible is the "mental protuberence/eminence"?

The chin.

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Which part of the mandible is the "ascending ramus"?

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Which part of the mandible is the "mental foramen"?

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What part of the mandible is the alveolar process?

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What part of the mandilble is the gonial angle?

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What part of the mandible is the mandibular condyle?

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What part of the mandible is the coronoidal process?

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What part of the zygomatic bone is the orbital margin?

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What area of the skull comprises the viscerocranium?

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What area of the skull comprises the neurocranium?

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Which refers to the exterior of the skull, ectocranial or endocranial?

Ectocranial; endocranial refers to the interior.

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What is another name for the supraorbital (superciliary) torus/arch?

supraorbital ridge

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What is the temporal line?

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What is the supraorbital margin/border?

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What is the supraorbital foramen/notch?

108

Where is the squamous portion of the temporal bone?

109

Where is the zygomatic process?

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Where is the mastoid process?

111

Where is the external auditory meatus?

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Where is the internal auditory meatus?

On the interior portion of the temporal bone.

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Where is the petrous portion of the temporal bone?

It is the ridge of bone on the interior of the temporal bone.

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What is the temporomandibular fossa?

The indentation in the temporal bone where the mandibular condyle articulates.

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On the maxilla, where is the frontal process?

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On the maxilla, where is the nasal spine?

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On the maxilla, where is the nasal sinus?

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On the maxilla, where is the alveolar process?

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On the maxilla, where is the nasal aperture?

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Where is the sphenoid bone?

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Where is the ethmoid bone?

Behind the lacrimal bone (grey).

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Where is the lacrimal bone?

123

Where is the conchae?

124

Where is the nasal bone?

125

Where is the vomer bone?

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Where is the hyoid?

In the throat.

127

What are the names of the ossicles in the ear?

 

malleus, incus, and stapes

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What is sacralization/lumbarization?

The fusion of the L5 vertebrae to the sacrum on one or both sides.

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What is spina bifida?

A congenital condition where the vertebrae fail to fuse fully and the spinal cord protrudes through the opening in the bones.

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What is spondyolysis?

A defect in the pars interarticularis of the vertebral arch.

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Where is the corocoid process?

132

Where is the acromion process?

133

Where is the costal impression/pit?

On the meidal end of the clavicle.

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What is a septal aperture?

An olecranon fossa deep enough that it forms a hold completely through the distal end of the humerus.

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How many tarsals are there in each foot?

7

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How many metatarsals are there in each foot?

5

137

What is the heel bone called?

calcaneus

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What differences are there between the hand and foot phalanges?

The phalanges of the foot are far smaller than that of the hand. 

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What differences are there between metacarpals and metatarsals?

metacarpals: rounder, uniform thickness, ittegular base

metatarsals: flatter, tapered, base cut sharply