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The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle. Anatomy and Kinesiology 420:024. Objectives. Bones, bony landmarks and joints Muscles Movements. Hip Joint. Hip joint (femur and acetabulum of pelvis) Relatively stable due to: Bony architecture Strong ligaments Large supportive muscles

By Olivia
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(From J.G. Fleagle’s Primate Adaptation & Evolution , 1988)

(From J.G. Fleagle’s Primate Adaptation & Evolution , 1988)

The Lower Extremity: Functional Consequences of Bipedality Form Follows Function. (From J.G. Fleagle’s Primate Adaptation & Evolution , 1988). Bipedal Locomotion ONLY in humans!!!. (From R.M. Alexander’s The Human Machine , 1992). Why are we so unique? MUST STAND UPRIGHT!.

By charlton
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HBS 1.2.3 Day 3

HBS 1.2.3 Day 3

HBS 1.2.3 Day 3. Data Collection. Be sure that you get data for four of the SEX DETERMINATION tables. Use Proposition and Support language to discuss what you think the sex is. Make a final decision on the sex.

By trish
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Structure of long bone

Structure of long bone

Structure of long bone. Bone contains neatly arranged matrix of protein (collagen) fibers along with water and mineral salts (calcium hydroxide & calcium phosphate). The mineral salts accumulate in-between and around the collagen fibers, they crystallize and the tissue hardens.

By brooklyn
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Chapter 6: The Skeletal System

Chapter 6: The Skeletal System

Chapter 6: The Skeletal System. Review game. Where in the bones are lipids stored?. Yello w bone marrow, Medullary cavity. Name one example of a long bone. Femur, Humerus , Phalanges…. What kind of bones are skull bones?. Flat bones. What are mature bone cells called?. Osteocytes.

By nuru
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Skeletal System (Bones)

Skeletal System (Bones)

Skeletal System (Bones). The Human body contains 206 bones. It’s important to know the location and structure of these bones when studying the human system. Skeletal System Bones. Clavicle : Collarbone Scapula : Shoulder Bone

By jael
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Skeletal and Muscular System

Skeletal and Muscular System

Skeletal and Muscular System. Skeletal System. Axial Skeleton – supports the central axis of the body Skull Clavicle Ribs and Sternum Vertebrae Appendicular Skeleton Arms Legs. Skeletal System. Skull – protects the brain Clavicle – hold the upper extremities of the hand

By jody
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Figure 5.5 The human skeleton.

Figure 5.5 The human skeleton.

Figure 5.5 The human skeleton. Figure 5.5 The human skeleton. Figure 5.10 Bones of the right side of the pectoral girdle and the right arm and hand. Figure 5.11 Bones of the pelvic girdle and the left leg and foot. Figure 7.24 The pectoral girdle and clavicle. Acromio- clavicular

By marc
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Late Devonian

Late Devonian

Femora Reduced x 75% (scale is already adjusted). REF. 36, Pg. 133, FIG. 18 DENDRERPETON ACADIANUM Femora (x2) A – Ventral, Right Femur BM(NH)R.4554 B1 – Dorsal B2 – Ventral B3 – Anterior B4 – Posterior B5 – Distal C1 – Dorsal C2 – Ventral C3 – Anterior D1 – Dorsal

By derry
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15.2 Pelvis A-P

15.2 Pelvis A-P

15.2 Pelvis A-P. Measure: A-P at Trochanters Protection: Males:Bell Females: None SID: 40” Table Bucky No Tube Angle Film: 17” x 14” I.D. up. Pelvis A-P. The Vertical CR is used to center the table and lock wheel locks. Males: place belt for bell at level of ASIS.

By huyen
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Muscles of the Leg

Muscles of the Leg

Muscles of the Leg. Posterior Thigh. Hamstring semimembranosus orange. Origin ischium Insertion medial tibia Action flex knee. Hamstring semitendinosus purple. Origin ischium Insertion medial tibia Action flex knee. Hamstring bicep femoris pink. Origin ischium femur

By colby
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Parietal bone

Parietal bone

Parietal bone. Frontal bone. Squamosal suture. Temporal bone. Lambdoid suture. Occipital bone. Coronal suture. Lambdoid suture. Coronal suture. Lambdoid suture. Coronal suture. Lambdoid suture. Frontal sinuses. Maxillary sinuses. Clavicle. Acromium. Head. Anatomical neck.

By oralee
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Kerry Quarry, Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Stephen Shuster

Kerry Quarry, Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Stephen Shuster

Male femur. Width. Length. Sexual Dimorphism in Sea Spiders. College of Engineering and Natural Sciences. Kerry Quarry, Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Stephen Shuster. Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 1. Additional Results. Abstract

By daire
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FEMUR, KNEE, PATELLA AND TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURES

FEMUR, KNEE, PATELLA AND TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURES

Orthopaedics Department. FEMUR, KNEE, PATELLA AND TIBIAL PLATEAU FRACTURES. H. Sithebe. FEMUR FRACTURES. Femur Head Femur Neck Intertrochanteric Subtrochanteric Shaft Supracondylar Condylar. FEMUR NECK FRACTURES. CAUSES CLINICAL PRESENTATION CLASSIFICATION MANAGEMENT.

By tamara-dillon
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Kerry Quarry, Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Stephen Shuster

Kerry Quarry, Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Stephen Shuster

Male femur. Width. Length. Sexual Dimorphism in Sea Spiders. College of Engineering and Natural Sciences. Kerry Quarry, Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Stephen Shuster. Department of Biological Sciences, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011 1. Additional Results. Abstract

By clinton-mcneil
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PTV 70 Gy (hull)

PTV 70 Gy (hull)

SPECT-Sentinel. Dose distribution IMRT. Dose distribution 3D-CRT. IMRT. 3D CRT. PTV 70 Gy (hull). PTV 50 Gy (hull). Rectum (hull). Small bowel (hull). Sigmoid (hull). Rectum (1st CT). Rectum (2nd CT). Rectum (3rd CT). Femur right. Femur left.

By sopoline-mendoza
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Femoral Shaft Fractures

Femoral Shaft Fractures

Femoral Shaft Fractures. Robert F. Ostrum, MD Cooper University Hospital Camden, New Jersey Created March 2004; Revised June 2006: Revised 11/09. Femur Fractures. Common injury due to major violent trauma 1 femur fracture/ 10,000 people More common in people < 25 yo or >65 yo

By millertimothy
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The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle. Anatomy and Physiology of Human Movement 420:050. Objectives. Bones, bony landmarks and joints Muscles Movements. Hip Joint. Hip joint (femur and acetabulum of pelvis) Relatively stable due to: Bony architecture Strong ligaments

By winifredj
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