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The Skeletal System

The Skeletal System

The Skeletal System. Overview And The Skull. The Skeletal System. Includes the following: Bones (206) Cartilages Ligaments. Functions. Support and protection Storage of calcium Blood cell production Movement. Two Divisions. Axial

By Pat_Xavi
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APPENDICULAR SKELETON

APPENDICULAR SKELETON

APPENDICULAR SKELETON. CHAPTER 8 (9/30/08). THE PECTORAL GIRDLE. Pectoral or Shoulder Girdle. Consists of two bones, the anteriorly positioned clavicle and the posteriorly positioned scapula

By issac
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Skeletal System

Skeletal System

Skeletal System. Berryhill & cashion Hs1 Dho 7.3. Skeletal System Facts:. The skeletal system is made up of organs called bones. An adult human has 206 bones, but babies are born with 270 bones. Why? The male and female skeleton have 1 major difference -what is it?

By zelda
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Anatomy of Skeletal Elements

Anatomy of Skeletal Elements

Anatomy of Skeletal Elements. Bone Surface Markings. Foramen = opening (arteries, nerves) Fossa = shallow depression Sulcus = shallow groove (artery or nerve) Canal = longer, tubelike opening Fissure = narrow, cleftlike opening Notch = indentation at the end of a bone

By saxon
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Comparative Anatomy

Comparative Anatomy

Comparative Anatomy. Evolution of the Skeletal System: Post-cranial Skeleton. Functional units of the post-cranial skeleton. Visceal skeleton Vertebral column Ribs Sternum. Girdles Paired appendages Unpaired appendages. Evolution of the Postcranial Skeleton. Postcranial Skeleton.

By kin
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Anatomical Concepts Related to Human Movement

Anatomical Concepts Related to Human Movement

Anatomical Concepts Related to Human Movement. Course Content. Introduction to the Course Biomechanical Concepts Related to Human Movement Anatomical Concepts Related to Human Movement Applications in Human Movement Functional Anatomy of Selected Joint Complexes.

By tyler
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The Skeleton

The Skeleton

The Skeleton. Consists of bones, cartilage, joints, and ligaments Composed of 206 named bones grouped into two divisions Axial skeleton (80 bones) Appendicular skeleton (126 bones). The Axial Skeleton. Formed from 80 named bones Consists of skull, vertebral column, and bony thorax.

By raina
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EURAMOS 1

EURAMOS 1

EURAMOS 1. A randomised trial of the European and American Osteosarcoma Study Group to optimize treatment strategies for resectable osteosarcoma based on histological response to pre-operative chemotherapy. Jeremy Whelan for the EURAMOS 1 Trial Management Group, 4 th November 2006. EURAMOS.

By marnin
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Lab 4

Lab 4

Lab 4. Bone and Axial Skeleton J.R. Schiller, PhD., G.R. Pitts, PhD., & Amy L. Thompson, Ph.D. Lab 4 Activities. Describe functions of skeleton Learn histology of bone and cartilage using microslides, figures, and osteon models Learn general anatomy of a long bone

By nijole
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Lecture 11 Muscular System III: Appendicular Muscles

Lecture 11 Muscular System III: Appendicular Muscles

Lecture 11 Muscular System III: Appendicular Muscles. Muscles That Move the Pectoral Girdle. Fig. 12.4. Elevation - levator scapulae, trapezius (superior part), rhomboideus Depression - trapezius (inferior part), serratus anterior, pectoralis minor. Origin - axial skeleton

By issac
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SKELETAL SYSTEM

SKELETAL SYSTEM

Chapter 6. SKELETAL SYSTEM. FUNCTIONS. Supports body structure and provides shape to the body Protects internal organs Allows movement and anchorage of muscles Provides mineral storage Allows hemopoiesis. STRUCTURE AND FORMATION OF BONE.

By laszlo
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Normal Hemopoiesis

Normal Hemopoiesis

Normal Hemopoiesis. Ahmad Sh. Silmi Msc Haematology, FIBMS. Lifespan and production of blood cells. So our body is in a continuous dynamic and a very rapid cell turnover to be able to live. HOW ? It ’ s the Stem Cell !. HEMOPOIESIS: INTRO. Hemo : Referring to blood cells

By alyn
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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. The Skeletal System: The Axial Skeleton Lecture Outline. INTRODUCTION.

By lysa
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Ch 7

Ch 7

Axial & Appendicular. Skeletal System. Ch 7 . Axial Skeleton. Appendicular Skeleton. Types of Bones. Long Bones - metacarples, metatarsals, phelangies, humerus, ulna, radius, tibia, fibula Short Bones - carpals, tarsals Flat Bones - rib, scapula, skull, sternum

By kolton
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Functions of the Skeletal System

Functions of the Skeletal System

Functions of the Skeletal System. Support Protection Assistance in Movement Mineral Homeostasis Blood Cell Production 6. Triglyceride Storage. Axial Skeleton (indicated by blue). Skull # of Bones Cranium: 8 Face: 14 Auditory Ossicles: 6 Hyoid 1 Vertebral Column 26

By gardenia
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The Axial Skeleton - Chapter 6

The Axial Skeleton - Chapter 6

The Axial Skeleton - Chapter 6. Overview of Skull. Sutures. Fetal Skull - Fontanels. Paranasal sinuses.

By maximos
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Healthy Shoulders

Healthy Shoulders

Healthy Shoulders. Presented by Jean Mc Feely M.Sc., C.S.C.S. Brockville & Area YMCA. Basic Anatomy. Bones: Clavicle Scapula Humerus. Muscles involved with shoulder movement:. Latisiums dorsi Pectoralis major Pectoralis minor

By rolf
(102 views)

The Skeletal System

The Skeletal System

The Skeletal System. The Thoracic Cage. Review of Axial Skeleton. Consists of the following: The skull The vertebral column The thoracic cage Auditory ossicles and hyoid. Thoracic Cage. Consists of: 12 pair of ribs sternum. Thoracic Cage. 12 pair of ribs Sternum

By lysa
(108 views)

Bones and The Skeletal System

Bones and The Skeletal System

Bones and The Skeletal System. Function of Bones. Protection - of soft tissues and organs. Movement – muscles attached to bones= function as levers. Storage – of minerals (Calcium and Phosphorous) and lipids ( yellow marrow)

By christian
(369 views)

Skeletal System

Skeletal System

Skeletal System. Components. - Cartilage - Bone - Joints - Ligaments (bone to bone) - Tendons (muscle to bone). Functions. - Support - Movement - Protection - Mineral storage - Blood cell synthesis - hematopoiesis. Cartilage. Hyaline

By garin
(112 views)

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