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Created for Dr. Erhart's physical anthropology laboratory class at Texas State University.

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  • Human Osteology Anthropology 2414 Lab
  • QUIZ – September 27
    • Know the terms associated with the yellow dots.
    • Click a skeletal feature to view its photograph.
    • Click “?” to return to this key.
    • Cranial
    • Frontal
    • Nasal
    • Sphenoid
    • Zygomatic
    • Maxilla
    • Mandible
    • Temporal
    • Parietal
    • Occipital
    • Cranial Features
    • Coronal suture
    • Squamosal suture
    • Sagittal suture
    • Lambdoidal suture
    • Supraorbital ridge
    • External auditory meatus
    • Temporal line
    • Nuchal line
    • Occipital condyles
    • Foramen magnum
    • Mastoid process
    • Vertebral Column
    • Cervical vertebra
    • Thoracic vertebra
    • Lumbar vertebra
    • Sacrum
    • Arm and Shoulder
    • Scapula
    • Clavicle
    • Sternum
    • Ribs
    • Humerus
    • Raduis
    • Ulna
    • Hand
    • Carpals
    • Metacarpals
    • Phalanges
    • Pelvis and Leg
    • Innominate
    • Pubis
    • Ilium
    • Ischium
    • Femur
    • Patella
    • Tibia
    • Fibula
    • Foot
    • Tarsals
    • Metatarsals
    • Phalanges
  • Anterior View
  • Skull – Anterior View
    • 1. Frontal Bone
    • 2. Supra-Orbital Ridge
    • 3. Orbit (Orbital Cavity)
    • 4. Superior Orbital Fissure
    • 5.Inferior Orbital Fissure
    • 6. Zygomatic Bone
    • 7. Infra-Orbital Foramen
    • 8. Maxilla
    • 9. Mandible
    • 10. Mental Foramen
    • 11. Incisive Fossa
    • 12.Symphysis
    • 13.Vomer
    • 14.Inferior Nasal Concha
    • 15.Middle Nasal Concha
    • 16. Perpendicular Plate of Ethmoid
    • 17. Nasal Bone
    • 18. Lacrimal Bone
  • Lateral View
  • Skull - Lateral View
    • 1. Parietal Bone
    • 2. Coronal Suture
    • 3. Frontal Bone
    • 4. Nasal Bone
    • 5.Vomer
    • 6. Lacrimal Bone
    • 7. Orbital Part of Ethmoid
    • 8. Zygomatic Bone
    • 9. Maxilla
    • 10. Body of Mandible
    • 11. Ramus of Mandible
    • 12. Coronoid Process
    • 13. Mandibular Condyle
    • 14. Mental Foramen
    • 15. Styloid Process
    • 16. External Auditory Meatus
    • 17. Mastoid Process
    • 18. Zygomatic Process
    • 19. Temporal Bone
    • 20. Sphenoid
    • 21. Inferior Temporal Line
    • 22. Superior Temporal Line
    • 23. Squamosal Suture
    • 24. Lambdoidal Suture
    • 25. Occipital Bone
  • Posterior View
  • Skull – Posterior View
    • 1.Parietal Bone
    • 2. Sagittal Suture
    • 3. Lambdoidal Suture
    • 4. Occipital Bone
    • 5. External Occipital Protruberance
    • 6. Superior Nuchal Line
    • 7. Inferior Nuchal Line
  • Superior View
  • Skull – Superior View
    • 1.Occipital Bone
    • 2. Lambdoidal Suture
    • 3. Parietal Bone
    • 4. Sagittal Suture
    • 5.Coronal Suture
    • 6. Frontal Bone
  • Inferior View 20
  • Skull – Inferior View
    • 1. Anterior Palatine Foramen
    • 2. Palatine Process of Maxilla
    • 3. Palatine
    • 4. Greater Palatine Foramen
    • 5. Lesser Palatine Foramen
    • 6. Pterygoid Processes of Sphenoid
    • 7. Zygomatic Process
    • 8. Squamous Part of Temporal Bone
    • 9. Mandibular Fossa
    • 10. Styloid Process
    • 11.Stylomastoid Foramen
    • 12. Mastoid Process
    • 13.Mastoid Foramen
    • 14. Superior Nuchal
    • 15. External Occipital Protruberance
    • 16. Median Nuchal Line
    • 17. Inferior Nuchal Line
    • 18.Foramen Magnum
    • 19. Condyloid Canal
    • 20.Occipital Condyle
    • 21.Hypoglossal Canal
    • 22.Jugular Foramen
    • 23.Carotid Canal
    • 24.Foramen Spinosum
    • 25.Foramen Ovale
    • 26.Foramen Lacerum
    • 27.Vomer
    • 28.Transverse Palatine Suture
    • 29.Median Palatine Suture
  • A B C
  • Vertebra
    • A. Cervical
    • B. Thoracic
    • C. Lumbar
  •  
  • Sacrum
    • 1.Promontory
    • 2. Transverse Ridges
    • 3. Coccyx
    • 4. Body of Sacrum
    • 5.Sacral Canal
    • 6. Superior Articular Surface
    • 7.Median Sacral Crest
    • 8.Sacrum to Ilium Articular Surface
    • 9.Dorsal Sacral Foramina
    • 10.Sacral Hiatus
  •  
  • Thoracic Bones: Rib & Vertebra Articulated
    • 1. Articular Facet of Rib
    • 2. Interarticular Crest
    • 3. Neck
    • 4. Articular Portion of Tubercle
    • 5. Nonarticular Portion of Tubercle
    • 6. Angle of Rib
    • 7. Costal Groove
    • 8. Body of Rib
    • 9. Articular Facet of Transverse Process
    • 10.Transverse Process
    • 11.Spinous Process
    • 12.Lamina
    • 13.Vertebral Foramen
  •  
  • Sternum
    • 1.Jugular Notch
    • 2. Manubrium
    • 3. Sternal Angle
    • 4. Body (Gladiolus)
    • 5.Xiphoid Process
  •  
  • Left Scapula
    • Posterior Aspect
    • 1.Coracoid Process
    • 2. Scapular Notch
    • 3. Superior Margin
    • 4. Supraspinatus Fossa
    • 5.Superior Angle
    • 6. Scapular Spine
    • 7.Vertebral Margin
    • 8.Infraspinatus Fossa
    • 9.Inferior Angle
    • 10.Axillary Margin
    • 11.Glenoid Cavity Margin
    • 12.Acromion Process
    • Lateral Aspect
    • 1. Coracoid Process
    • 2. Glenoid Cavity
    • 3. Scapular Spine
    • 4. Acromion Process
    • 5. Infraspinatus Fossa
    • 6. Inferior Angle
    • 7. Axillary Margin
  •  
  • Humerus
    • 1. Head
    • 2. Anatomical Neck
    • 3. Lesser Tubercle
    • 4. Intertubercular Groove
    • 5.Greater Tubercle
    • 6. Surgical Neck
    • 7.Deltoid Tuberosity
    • 1.Radial Fossa
    • 2. Lateral Epicondyle
    • 3. Capitulum
    • 4. Trochlea
    • 5.Medial Epicondyle
    • 6. Coronoid Fossa
    • 7.Olecranon Fossa
  •  
  • Ulna
    • 1.Olecranon Process
    • 2. Semilunar Notch
    • 3. Coronoid Process
    • 4. Tuberosity
    • 5. Radial Notch
    • 6. Ulna (Shaft)
    • 7. Head of Ulna
    • 8. Styloid Process
  •  
  • Right Radius
    • 1. Head of Radius
    • 2. Neck of Radius
    • 3. Radial Tuberosity
    • 4. Radius (Shaft)
    • 5. Styloid Process
    • 6. Ulnar Notch
  • C B A
  • Hand
    • Dorsal surface
    • 1. Styloid Process of Radius
    • 2. Navicular (Scaphoid)
    • 3. Lunate
    • 4. Triquetral
    • 5. Pisiform
    • 6. Trapezium
    • 7. Trapezoid
    • 8. Capitate
    • 9. Hamate
    • 10. Metacarpal
    • 11. Proximal Phalange
    • 12. Middle Phalange
    • 13. Distal Phalange
    • 14. Styloid Process of Ulna
    • Palmar surface
    • 1. Navicular (Scaphoid)
    • 2. Lunate
    • 3. Triquetral
    • 4. Pisiform
    • 5. Trapezium
    • 6. Trapezoid
    • 7. Capitate
    • 8. Hamate
    • 9. Metacarpal
    • 10. Proximal Phalange
    • 11. Middle Phalange
    • 12. Distal Phalange
    • Carpals
    • Metacarpals
    • Phalanges
  •  
  • Innominate
    • 1. Anterior Superior Spine
    • 2. Iliac Crest
    • 3. Posterior Superior Spine
    • 4. Posterior Inferior Spine
    • 5.Greater Sciatic Notch
    • 6. Body of Ilium
    • 7.Ischial Spine
    • 8.Lesser Sciatic Notch
    • 9. Body of Ischium
    • 10.Ischial Tuberosity
    • 11.Obturator Foramen
    • 12.Inferior Ramus of Ischium
    • 13.Inferior Ramus of Pubis
    • 14. Body of Pubis
    • 15.Acetabulum
    • 16.Anterior Inferior Spine
  •  
  • Femur
    • 1. Head
    • 2. Neck
    • 3. Greater Trochanter
    • 4. Intertrochanteric Line
    • 5. Lesser Trochanter
    • 6. Shaft of Femur
    • 7. Gluteal Tuberosity
    • 8. Intertrochanteric Crest
    • 9. Linea Aspera
    • 1. Medial Condyle
    • 2. Lateral Condyle
    • 3. Intercondylar Fossa
  •  
  • Tibia
    • 1. Intercondylar Eminence
    • 2. Lateral Condyle
    • 3. Tibial Tuberosity
    • 4. Anterior Crest
    • 5. Medial Condyle
    • 6. Anterior Surface
    • 7. Medial Malleolus
  •  
  • Fibula
    • 1. Head of Fibula
    • 2. Neck of Fibula
    • 3. Anterior Crest
    • 4. Lateral Malleolus
  • C B A
  • Foot
    • 1. Calcaneus
    • 2. Talus
    • 3. Navicular
    • 4. Cuboid
    • 5. Cuneiform, First
    • 6. Cuneiform, Second
    • 7. Cuneiform, Third
    • 8. Metatarsal
    • 9. Proximal Phalange
    • 10. Middle Phalange
    • 11. Distal Phalange
    • 1. Calcaneus
    • 2. Talus
    • 3. Navicular
    • 4. Cuboid
    • 5. Cuneiform, First
    • 6. Cuneiform, Second
    • 7. Cuneiform, Third
    • 8. Metatarsal
    • Tarsals
    • Metatarsals
    • Phalanges
  •  
  • Knee
    • 1. Tibial Collateral Ligament
    • 2. Medial Condyle of Femur
    • 3. Posterior Cruciate Ligament
    • 4. Anterior Cruciate Ligament
    • 5. Lateral Condyle of Femur
    • 6. Fibular Collateral Ligament
    • 7. Lateral Condyle of Tibia
    • 8. Lateral Meniscus
    • 9. Medial Meniscus
    • 10. Medial Condyle of Tibia
    • 11. Tibia
    • 12. Fibula
    • 13. Transverse Ligament
  •  
  • Human Skeleton
    • 1. Skull
    • 2. Mandible
    • 3. Hyoid Bone
    • 4. Cervical Vertebra
    • 5. Clavicle
    • 6. Sternum
    • 7. Costal Cartilage
    • 8. Ribs
    • 9. Scapula
    • 10. Humerus
    • 11. Radius
    • 12. Ulna
    • 13. Carpal bones
    • 14. Metacarpal Bones
    • 15. Phalanges of Fingers
    • 16. Thoracic Vertebra
    • 17. Lumbar Vertebra
    • 18. Sacrum
    • 19. Innominate
    • 20. Femur
    • 21. Patella
    • 22. Tibia
    • 23. Fibula
    • 24. Tarsal Bones
    • 25. Metatarsal Bones
    • 26. Phalanges of Toes