The proximal end of the humerus feature a rounded head that articulates with glenoid cavity of the scapula to form the shoulder joint. 2. Which bone is Stefan placed referring to as the collarbone? B. Stefan is referring to the clavicle 3. Which surface marking could Stefan use to distinguish the right humerus for the left?
1. Which clue would tell Stefan which scapular surface was anterior and which was posterior? What is the name of the shallow, oval socket of the scapula that Stefan placed next to the humerus? The posterior side of the scapula has the spine, the anterior is smooth and has the subscapular fossa. The oval socket is called the Glenoid cavity and is the scapular rotation surface for the humerus.
1. Which Bone is Stefan referring to as the “Collarbone”? The clavicle 2. Which surface markings could Stefan use to distinguish the right humerous from the left? Stefan held the bone so that the capitulum and trochlea faced him which indicated it was the anterior humerous bone.
Anatomy & Physiology I Unit 5 Case Study 1 Hassan’s Story A) Which clue would tell Stefan which scapular surface was anterior and which was posterior? Answer: There is a prominent ridge called the spine that runs diagonally along the posterior surface of the scapula. What is the name of the shallow, oval socket of the scapula that Stefan placed next to the humerus? Answer: Glenoid cavity B) Which bone is Stefan referring to as the “collarbone”? Answer: Clavicle C) Which surface markings could Stafan use to distinguish the right humerus for the left?
A)long B)irregular C)short D)flat Feedback: Correct! 3 CORRECT A bone that is cuboidal in shape is a ________________ bone. A)long B)short C)flat D)irregular Feedback: Correct! 7.2 Histology of Osseous Tissue 4 CORRECT Which of the following is a mature bone cell that appears to be responsible for the overall supervision of bone maintenance? A)osteogenic cells B)osteoblasts C)osteocytes D)endosteum cells E)osteoclasts Feedback: Correct!
Its deep crimson color indicates the presence of oxygen-rich blood (Tortora, Derrickson 2006). There is a web of smaller veins and capillaries which will sometimes obstruct the view. The road continues north to the pelvic cavity. The bones of the pelvis are the coxal bones which include the pelvis, ischium, and iliam, the coccyx, and the sacrum (Thibodeau, Patton 2008). Slightly to the right lies the urinary bladder and superior to it is the uterus, with the right ovary and fallopian tube lateral to it.
The main sulcus is the central sulcus, which indents the superior-medial surface of each hemisphere. This sulcus runs downward and forward on the lateral aspect, and is the only sulcus to indent the superior-medial boarder, as well be separated from the lateral sulcus below. The deep cleft on the inferior lateral surface is the lateral sulcus, and is used as a marker to separate the lobes of the hemispheres. The lateral sulcus has a stem which arises on the interior surface, and is further subdivided into three rami: the anterior horizontal ramus most anterior, the anterior ascending ramus, and
The main action of the foot is to assist in shock absorption and propel the body across the plane. OKC and CKC are vital in the assessment of both structural and functional characteristics of the foot. In close evaluation of Cameron’s functional and structural foot type the following clinically significant findings were known; Talar head palpation traverse for the rearfoot, frontal inversion of the calcaneus, traverse bulge of the forefoot in the region of the TNJ, flexible range of motion, subtalar joint (STJ), flexible first ray range of motion, loose mid tarsal joint (MTJ), and forefoot valgus due to size being small. A functional deformity can be seen in an open kinetic chain (OKC), non-weight bearing position, rather than a structural deformity. On assessment of Cameron’s OKC results it was determined that his STJ assessment indicated a loose quality of motion bilaterally due to his being hypermobile.
Anatomy of Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint The AC joint is one of the four major articulations associated with the shoulder complex. The joint is located on the outer part of the clavicle and is joined to a projection on the top of the scapula. The AC joint helps form the highest part of the shoulder. This joint allows a small amount of movement to occur between the clavicle and the acromion process. The AC joint allows the ability to raise the arm above the head.