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Bones of the Body

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    • 1. BONES OF THE BODY
    • 2. SkullThe skull consist of 4 bones and 2 fontanelsFontanels are only present in newbornsFrontal bone (forehead)2 Parietal bones (one on each side on top of the head)Occipital bone (lower portion of skull before neck)2 Temporal bones (one on each side of the head right above each ear.
    • 3. ArmThe arm consist of 5 main bonesClavicle (collar bone)Scapula (shoulder bone)Humerus (Upper arm)Radius(forearm)Ulna (forearm)
    • 4. HipThere are 5 main bones in hip regionIlium (top no There tch)Acetabulum (where leg bone joinsthe hip)Ischium (lower notch)Pubis (where the two hip bonescome together
    • 5. LegThe leg consist of 4 main bonesFemur (thigh) Largest bone in bodyPatella (Knee Cap)TibiaFibula
    • 6. HandsThe hand has 5 main bonesEach finger has a distal phalanx (the tip of the finger)Each finger besides the thumb has a medial phalanx (directly below distal phalanx)Each finger has a proximal phalanx (directly below the medial phalanxMetacarpals each finger has one (connects to the wrist)The wrist consist of 7 carpals (wrist bones)
    • 7. FeetThe foot consist of 2 heal bones and 3 different regionsSimilar to the hand theres a distal phalanx, medial phalanx and proximal phalanxwhich goes from the tip of your toe to the end.Then you have your 5 metatarsals that make it down to your midfoot.The midfoot consist of 5 smaller bonesAfter that your heal is called the Calcaneuswhich leads to your ankle called the talus.
    • 8. Citation of Imageshttp://www.google.com/imgres?q=arm+bones+names&um=1&hl=en&sa=N&biw=1279&bih=607&tbm=isch&tbnid=YiFxymJ6M1pDyM:&imgrefurl=http://www.yoursurgery.com/ProcedureDetails.cfm%http://www.learnbones.com/wp-content/uploads/Hip-bone.png

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