A: The pubic symphysis is the joint between the two hipbones. F. Which adaption would have taken place in the pubic symphysis of the female skeleton during the later stages of her pregnancy in preparation for the birthing process? A: In the later stages of pregnancy the hormone relaxing increases the flexibility of the pubic symphysis to ease delivery of the baby. G. What clues could Stefan could have used to identify the gender of the pelvis? A: Stefan could have used size as a
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.
An acute strain of the muscle or tendon structure happens at the connection where the muscle is becoming a tendon. These strains occur when a muscle is stretched or suddenly is contracted (Sutton, n.d). 3. What are the four major ligaments of the knee along with their individual function in respect to the femur? (1 point) The medial Collateral Ligament also known as the MCL is a band that runs in between the inner surfaces of the femur and the tibia.
It also restructures the bone extracellular matrix, where the shape of a bone is changed slightly, so that the bone can support more stress, be stronger, and/or thicker. 7. Which marking of the skull articulates with the first cervical vertebra? The occipital condyles is the oval process with convex surface on either side of the foramen magnum and it articulates with the first cervical vertebra (atlas) which allows a person to nod their head “yes”. 8.
NAME ____________________________________ LAB TIME/DATE _______________________ Cassandra Howery 4/26/12 R E V I E W S H E E T EXERCISE 10 Column B a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. ethmoid frontal hyoid lacrimal mandible maxilla nasal occipital palatine parietal sphenoid temporal Print Form The Axial Skeleton The Skull 1. First, match the bone names in column B with the descriptions in column A (the items in column B may be used more than once). Then, circle the bones in column B that are cranial bones. Column A frontal zygomatic mandible nasal 1. 2.
Endochondrial ossification would form the femur. 6- Why is bone remodeling necessary when a person reaches adulthood? Bone remodeling is necessary when a person reaches adulthood to renew the osseous tissue before deterioration sets in. It heals injured bones and redistributes bone along the lines of mechanical stress. 7- Which marking of the skull articulates with the first cervical vertebra?
H. What are the components of the thoracic cage? The thoracic cage is comprised of the sternum, ribs, and the thoracic vertebrae. I. Fernando has fractures of the left seventh and eighth ribs. To what structures do these ribs attach? Anteriorly the seventh rib (true rib) is attached directly to the sternum by way of the costal cartilage, while the eighth rib (false rib) is attached to
Hassan’s Story A. Baru is using surface markings to identify the gender of a skull. What two major types of surface markings do bones have? a. The two major types of surface markings do bones have are the depression and openings. These include fissure, foramen, fossa, sulcus, meatus, process, condyle, facet, head, crest, epicondyle, line, spineous process, trochanter, tubercle, and tuberosity.
The parietal, incisive and temporal bones are a) sesamoid bones b) bones of the skull c) bones of the pelvis d) bones of the carpus 9. The olecranon is part of the a) scapula b) humerus c) radius d) ulna 10. 4. A partially or differentially permeable membrane is called a a) diffusion membrane b) facilitated membrane c) semi-permeable membrane d) non-facilitated membrane Which hormones are responsible for calcium regulation in the body? a) thyroid hormones b) insulin and glucagon c) parathyroid hormone and calcitonin d) glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids 5.
The inguinal ligament support the area between the abdomen and the thigh (Inguinal Ligament, n.d.). It is like a giant rubber band that prevents the intestines from distending into the groin. Continuing north, we can see that we are going to merge into a larger vein, the inferior vena cava. As you can see, I am not the only one making my way through here. Blood from the left side of the body is also making its way to the lower lobe of the lung from this route.