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Axial skeleton
 

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    Axial skeleton Axial skeleton Presentation Transcript

    • Axial Skeleton
    • Main Bones of the Skull: Anterior View
      Frontal bone
      Zygomatic bone
      Nasal bone
      Maxilla
      Mandible
    • What ridges of the frontal bone are located just superior to the eyes?
      Superciliary arches
    • What suture connects the parietal bone to the temporal bone?
      Squamous suture
    • What suture connects the frontal bone to the parietal bones?
      Coronal suture
    • Base of the Skull:Superior View
      Foramen ovale
      Cribriform plate
      Foramen spinosum
      Jugular foramen
    • Through what opening in the skull does the mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve pass?
      Foramen ovale
    • Through what opening in the skull does the spinal cord pass?
      Foramen magnum
    • Temporal Bone
      Squamous part
      External acoustic meatus
      Styloid process
      Mastoid process
    • What portion of the temporal bone connects to the zygomatic bone?
      Zygomatic process
    • What hard portion of the temporal bone contains the inner ear?
      Petrous part
    • Mandible
      Coronoid process
      Condylar process
      Mental foramen
    • What process of the mandible holds the teeth?
      Alveolar process
    • What is the anatomical term for soft spots on a baby’s skull?
      Frontal fontanelle
      Fontanelles
      Occipital fontanelle
    • Superior View of the Sphenoid Bone
      Lesser wing
      Sellaturcica
      Greater wing
      http://faculty.tcc.fl.edu/scma/mccrackenb/sphenoid_model_superior.jpg
    • What bone is located inferior to the main portion of the skull and is not in direct contact with any other bone of the skeleton?
      Hyoid bone
    • How many vertrebae make up the vertebral column?33Cervical-7Thoracic-12Lumbar-5Sacrum-5 fusedCoccyx-4 fused
    • Vertebra
    • What is the inner, circular region of an intervertebral disk?
      Intervertebral Foramen
    • What lateral projections occur on each vertebra?
      Transverse Process
    • What are the pads of fibrocartilage between vertebrae?
    • What is another anatomical term for C1?
      What is another anatomical term for C2?
    • C1 lacks a body and a spinous process
    • Rib Cage
      Which ones are true ribs? Ribs 1-7Which ones are false ribs? Ribs 8-12Which ones are floating ribs? Ribs 11-12
    • The Thoracic Cage
      Thoracic Cage
      Sternum
      Manubrium- Is the widest & most superior portion of the sternum(the “handle” of the bony sword)
      Body- Is the longest part of the sternum & forms its bulk (the “blade” of the bony sword).
      Xiphoid process-represents the very tip of the “sword blade.”
    • THE END