The structure classification of all joints
the type of joint found at B
A. suture ( between the parietal bones )
B. Gomphosis ( between the tooth and jaw )
C. Syndesmosis ( between the tibia and fibula)
the tissue that the joint at B is largely made of
B. the pubic symphysis
the tissue that the structure at E is composed of.
the substance contained in the space at A
joint cavity containing synovial fluid
naming and placing some lower limbs in order from proximal to distal in the picture .
placing a list of 10 bone names on the appropriate highlighted category based on the location in the skeleton.
Axial ( second picture )
2. Lumbar vertebra
Appendicular skeleton ( first picture )
Place the following bones in order from proximal to distal.
Label the specific bones and bony features of the superior skull.
everything is in order
two arrows on the left :
top: coronal suture ; bottom: sutural bone
four arrows on the right:
frotal bone , sagittal suture , lamdoid suture , and occipital bone
Classify the following images of bone by shape into the correct category they represent.
Classify each of the following bones into the region of the body where they can be found
correctly label the anatomical parts of the mandible.
Correctly label the bones and anatomical features of the fetal skull.
Classify the following bones of the vertebral column into the major 4 curvatures they correspond to.
Correctly label the bones and anatomical features of the rib cage.
Correctly label all 8 bones in the wrist.
Label the 11 bones of the lateral view of the skull.
Correctly label all paranasal sinuses.
Label the following sutures and the anatomical features (bone) associated with them
Correctly label the anatomical features of the scapula
the names of the bone of the forearm
the ulna and radius
Their relative direction to midline of the body
The midline (median plane or midsagittal plane)
1. concentric lamellae
4. compact bone
5. central canal