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The Appendicular Skeleton. Allows us to move and manipulate objects Includes all bones besides axial skeleton: the limbs the supportive girdles. Humerus: Anterior. Clavicle. Acromion process. Greater tubercle. Coracoid process. Lesser tubercle. Scapula. Glenoid fossa. Humerus. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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• Test Next Class

• Coloring sheets, Study guide one, Study Guide two, due at the beginning of class

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The Appendicular

Skeleton • Allows us to move

and manipulate objects

• Includes all bones besides axial skeleton:– the limbs – the supportive girdles

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Humerus: Anterior

Humerus

Scapula

Clavicle

Radius UlnaClick R Button for Slideshow

Greater tubercle

Coracoid processLesser tubercle

Acromion process

Glenoid fossa

Deltoid tuberosity

Medial epicondyle

Trochlea

Lateral epicondyle

Coronoid fossa

Capitulum

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Scapula

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Shoulder Girdle (IR)

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Humerus: Posterior

For Slideshow Click R Button Right Arm, Posterior

Scapula

Spine of scapula

Glenoid fossa of scapula

Head of humerus

Deltoid tuberosityof humerus

Humerus

Ulna

Olecranon process of ulna

Radius

Greater tubercle of humerus

Medial epicondyleof humerus

Acromion of scapula

Lateral epicondyle of humerus

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Elbow (posterior view)

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Which arm? What Position? View?

Radius Ulna

Humerus

Lateral epicondyleof humerus

Medial epicondyleof humerus

Coronoid processof ulna

Head of radius

Coronoid fossaof humerus

Capitulum ofhumerus

Trochlea ofhumerus

Radial tuberosity

Styloid processof ulna

Styloid process of radius

Click R Button for Slideshow

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Mnemonicfor

LearningCarpals

She Likes To PlayLunateIn the moonlight

TriquetrumThe third T Bone

PisiformPea-shaped

Try To Catch Her

Trapezium:“It’s by the thumb”

Trapezoid“Is by its side”

Capitate

HamateA hamboneWith a hook

ScaphoidA boat

Click R Button for Slideshow Hand? View?

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Bones of the Wrist (Which hand? what view?)

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Bones of Wrist (which hand?)

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Hand Quiz

CD

E

F

G

HJK

A

B

Answers: Next Slide; for Drill Click Back & Forth Right Palm

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Hand Quiz Answers

C. Trapezium

D. Scaphoid

E. Lunate

F. Triquetrum

G. PisiformH. Hamate

J. CapitateK. Trapezoid

B. MetacarpalsA. Phalanges

Right Palm

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Lower Limb

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The Pelvic GirdleHipbones – Innominate Bone• Made up of 3 fused bones:

– ilium – ischium– pubis

• Acetabulum - hip socket– meeting point of ilium,

ischium, & pubis – on the lateral surface of the

Innominate articulates with head of femur

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The Pelvis• Consists of 2 innominate bones, sacrum, & coccyx

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Childbearing Modifications• Enlarged pelvic outlet• Broad pubic angle (> 100°)• Less curvature of sacrum and coccyx• Wide, circular pelvic inlet

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Femur: What View

Tibia Fibula

Femur

Which Leg?

Lateral condyleMedial condyle

Linea aspera

Greater trochanter

Lesser trochanter

Pelvis

For Slideshow Click R Button

Head of femur

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Lower LegFemur

TibiaFibula

Tibial tuberosity

Talus (tarsal bone)

Medial malleolusLateral malleolus

Medial condyle of tibia

Lateral condyle of tibia

Leg? View?Click R Button for Slideshow

Lateral condyle of femur

Medial condyle of femur

Patella

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Lower Leg2Femur

TibiaFibula

Tibial tuberosity

Talus (tarsal bone)

Medial malleolusLateral malleolus

Medial condyle of tibia

Lateral condyle of tibia

Right Leg, Anterior View

Lateral condyle of femur

Medial condyle of femur

Knee cap

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Mnemonic for Learning Tarsal Bones:

Medialcuneiform (1)

Intermediatecuneiform (2)

Lateralcuneiform (3)

NavicularA boatIt sails on the Cs

Talus

Calcaneus Cuboid

Tiger Cubs Need M I L C

Click R Button for Slideshow

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Foot Quiz

A

BC

D

EF

G HJ

Answers: Next Slide; for Drill Click Back & Forth Which Foot?

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Foot Quiz Answers

A. Phalanges

B. MetatarsalsC. Cuboid

D. Calcaneus

E. Talus

F. Navicular

G. Medial Cuneiform (1)

H. IntermediateCuneiform (2)

J. Lateral Cuneiform (3)

Which Foot?

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Wrist MRI

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