Anatomy Bone Practical 1

cervical
cervical
What type of vertebrae is shown in blue?

lumbar (5 largest)
lumbar (5 largest)
What type of vertebrae is shown in blue?

sacrum
sacrum
What type of vertebrae is shown in blue?

thoracic (12 vertabrae)
thoracic (12 vertabrae)
What type of vertebrae is shown in blue?

cervical
cervical
Which vertebrae is this?

lumbar
lumbar
Which vertebrae is this?

false ribs (8-12)
false ribs (8-12)

floating ribs (11-12)
floating ribs (11-12)

true ribs (1-7)
true ribs (1-7)

parietal
parietal

Vomer
Vomer

male pelvic girdle
male pelvic girdle
boy or girl

Coronoid fossa
Coronoid fossa
Name this specific part of the humerus.

Fovea capitis
Fovea capitis
Name this specific bony landmark of the femur.

acetabulum
acetabulum

ilium
ilium

iliac crest
iliac crest

ischium
ischium

obturator foramen
obturator foramen

pubis
pubis

ilium
ilium

Occipital bone
Occipital bone
Name this bone.

A. Frontal Bone
B. Parietal Bones
C. Temporal Bones
D. Ethmoid Bone
E. Mandible
F. Maxillary Bones
G. Zygomatic Bones
H. Nasal Bones
I. Lacrimal Bones
J. Inferior Nasal Conchae
A. Frontal Bone
B. Parietal Bones
C. Temporal Bones
D. Ethmoid Bone
E. Mandible
F. Maxillary Bones
G. Zygomatic Bones
H. Nasal Bones
I. Lacrimal Bones
J. Inferior Nasal Conchae

A. Frontal Bone
B. Parietal Bone
C. Occipital Bone
D. Temporal Bone
E. Sphenoid Bone
F. Mandible
G. Maxillary Bone
H. Zygomatic Bone
I. Nasal Bone
J. Lacrimal Bone

Sphenoid Bone
(lateral view)

Body of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)
Body of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)

Spinous Process of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)
Spinous Process of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)

Superior Articulating Facets of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)
Superior Articulating Facets of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)

Cervical Vertebrae (superior view)

A. Vertebral Foramen of Cervical Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Cervical Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Cervical Vertebrae
D. Superior Articulating Facets of Cervical Vertebrae
E. Body of Cervical Vertebrae
F. Transverse Foramina of Cervical Vertebrae
Cervical Vertebrae (superior view)

A. Vertebral Foramen of Cervical Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Cervical Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Cervical Vertebrae
D. Superior Articulating Facets of Cervical Vertebrae
E. Body of Cervical Vertebrae
F. Transverse Foramina of Cervical Vertebrae

Transverse Processes of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)
Transverse Processes of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)

Transverse Foramina of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)
Transverse Foramina of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)

Vertebral Foramen of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)
Vertebral Foramen of Cervical Vertebrae
(superior view)

Body of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)
Body of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)

Spinous Process of Thoracic Vertebrae
(lateral view)
Spinous Process of Thoracic Vertebrae
(lateral view)

Spinous Process of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)
Spinous Process of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)

Superior Articulating Facets of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)
Superior Articulating Facets of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)

Thoracic Vertebrae (superior view)

A. Vertebral Foramen of Thoracic Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Thoracic Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Thoracic Vertebrae
D. Superior Articulating Facets of Thoracic Vertebrae
E. Body of Thoracic Vertebrae
Thoracic Vertebrae (superior view)

A. Vertebral Foramen of Thoracic Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Thoracic Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Thoracic Vertebrae
D. Superior Articulating Facets of Thoracic Vertebrae
E. Body of Thoracic Vertebrae

Transverse Processes of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)
Transverse Processes of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)

Vertebral Foramen of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)
Vertebral Foramen of Thoracic Vertebrae
(superior view)

Body of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)
Body of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)

Lumbar Vertebrae (inferior view)

A. Vertebral Foramen of Lumbar Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Lumbar Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Lumbar Vertebrae
D. Inferior Articulating Facets of Lumbar Vertebrae
E. Body of Thoracic Vertebrae
Lumbar Vertebrae (inferior view)

A. Vertebral Foramen of Lumbar Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Lumbar Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Lumbar Vertebrae
D. Inferior Articulating Facets of Lumbar Vertebrae
E. Body of Thoracic Vertebrae

Spinous Process of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)
Spinous Process of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)

Superior Articulating Facets of Lumbar Vertebrae
(superior view)
Superior Articulating Facets of Lumbar Vertebrae
(superior view)

Lumbar Vertebrae (superior view)

A. Body of Lumbar Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Lumbar Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Lumbar Vertebrae
D. Superior Articulating Facets of Lumbar Vertebrae
Lumbar Vertebrae (superior view)

A. Body of Lumbar Vertebrae
B. Transverse Processes of Lumbar Vertebrae
C. Spinous Process of Lumbar Vertebrae
D. Superior Articulating Facets of Lumbar Vertebrae

Transverse Processes of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)
Transverse Processes of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)

Vertebral Foramen of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)
Vertebral Foramen of Lumbar Vertebrae
(inferior view)

Sacrum (anterior view)

A. Sacral Promontory of the Sacrum
B. Sacral Foramina of the Sacrum
Sacrum (anterior view)

A. Sacral Promontory of the Sacrum
B. Sacral Foramina of the Sacrum

Body of the Sternum
Body of the Sternum

Manubrium of the Sternum
Manubrium of the Sternum

Xiphoid Process of the Sternum
Xiphoid Process of the Sternum

Sternum

A. Manubrium of the Sternum
B. Body of the Sternum
C. Xiphoid Process of the Sternum
D. Jugular Notch 
E. Sternal Angle
Sternum

A. Manubrium of the Sternum
B. Body of the Sternum
C. Xiphoid Process of the Sternum
D. Jugular Notch
E. Sternal Angle

Acromial End of the Clavicle
(inferior view)
Acromial End of the Clavicle
(inferior view)

Acromian Process of the Scapula
(posterior view)
Acromian Process of the Scapula
(posterior view)

Anatomical Neck of the Humerus
(proximal end, posterior view)
Anatomical Neck of the Humerus
(proximal end, posterior view)

Bones of the Hand
(superior view)

A. Distal Phalanges
B. Middle Phalanges (not present in the thumb so there is no 1st middle phalanx)
C. Proximal Phalanges
D. Metacarpals
E. Carpals
Bones of the Hand
(superior view)

A. Distal Phalanges
B. Middle Phalanges (not present in the thumb so there is no 1st middle phalanx)
C. Proximal Phalanges
D. Metacarpals
E. Carpals

Capitate Carpal
(
Capitate Carpal
(“Can’t)

Capitulum of the Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)
Capitulum of the Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)

Carpal Bones of the Hand
(anterior view)

A.Scaphoid
B. Lunate
C. Triquetrum
D. Pisiform
E. Trapezium
F. Trapezoid
G. Capitate
H. Hamate
Carpal Bones of the Hand
(anterior view)

A.Scaphoid
B. Lunate
C. Triquetrum
D. Pisiform
E. Trapezium
F. Trapezoid
G. Capitate
H. Hamate

Coracoid Process of the Scapula
(anterior view)
Coracoid Process of the Scapula
(anterior view)

Coronoid Process of the Ulna
(proximal end, lateral view)
Coronoid Process of the Ulna
(proximal end, lateral view)

Deltoid Tuberosity
(proximal end, anterior view)
Deltoid Tuberosity
(proximal end, anterior view)

Glenoid Fossa/cavity of the Scapula
(anterior view)
Glenoid Fossa/cavity of the Scapula
(anterior view)

Glenoid Fossa of the Scapula
(lateral view)
Glenoid Fossa of the Scapula
(lateral view)

Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
(proximal end, anterior view)
Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
(proximal end, anterior view)

Hamate Carpal
(
Hamate Carpal
(“Handle”)

Head of the Humerus
(proximal end, posterior view)
Head of the Humerus
(proximal end, posterior view)

Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)

A. Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus
B. Capitulum of the Humerus
C. Trochlea of the Humerus
D. Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus
Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)

A. Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus
B. Capitulum of the Humerus
C. Trochlea of the Humerus
D. Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus

Humerus
(distal end, posterior view)

A. Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus
B. Trochlea of the Humerus
C. Capitulum of the Humerus
D. Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus
E. Olecranon Fossa of the Humerus
Humerus
(distal end, posterior view)

A. Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus
B. Trochlea of the Humerus
C. Capitulum of the Humerus
D. Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus
E. Olecranon Fossa of the Humerus

Humerus
(proximal end, anterior view)

A. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
B. Lesser Tubercle of the Humerus
C. Intertubercular Groove of the Humerus
D. Surgical Neck of the Humerus
E. Deltoid Tuberosity of the Humerus
F. Anatomical Neck of the Humerus
G. Head of the Humerus
Humerus
(proximal end, anterior view)

A. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
B. Lesser Tubercle of the Humerus
C. Intertubercular Groove of the Humerus
D. Surgical Neck of the Humerus
E. Deltoid Tuberosity of the Humerus
F. Anatomical Neck of the Humerus
G. Head of the Humerus

Humerus
(proximal end, posterior view)

A. Head of the Humerus
B. Anatomical Neck of the Humerus
C. Surgical Neck of the Humerus
D. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus
Humerus
(proximal end, posterior view)

A. Head of the Humerus
B. Anatomical Neck of the Humerus
C. Surgical Neck of the Humerus
D. Greater Tubercle of the Humerus

Head of the Radius
(proximal end, posterior view)
Head of the Radius
(proximal end, posterior view)

Lateral Border of the Scapula
(posterior view)
Lateral Border of the Scapula
(posterior view)

Lunate Carpal
(
Lunate Carpal
(“Lovers”)

Medial Border of the Scapula
(posterior view)
Medial Border of the Scapula
(posterior view)

Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)
Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)

Olecranon Fossa of the Humerus
(distal end, posterior view)
Olecranon Fossa of the Humerus
(distal end, posterior view)

Olecranon Process of the Ulna
(proximal end, lateral view)
Olecranon Process of the Ulna
(proximal end, lateral view)

Pisiform Carpal
(
Pisiform Carpal
(“Positions”)

Radial Tuberosity of the Radius
(proximal end, anterior view)
Radial Tuberosity of the Radius
(proximal end, anterior view)

Radius
(anterior view)

A. Head of the Radius
B. Styloid Process of the Radius
C. Radial Tuberosity of the Radius
Radius
(anterior view)

A. Head of the Radius
B. Styloid Process of the Radius
C. Radial Tuberosity of the Radius

Scaphoid Carpal
(
Scaphoid Carpal
(“Some”)

Scapula
(anterior view)

A. Acromian Process of the Scapula
B. Glenoid Fossa of the Scapula
C. Lateral Border of the Scapula
D. Subscapula Fossa of the Scapula
E. Vertebral (Medial) Border 
F. Superior Border of the Scapula
G. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
Scapula
(anterior view)

A. Acromian Process of the Scapula
B. Glenoid Fossa of the Scapula
C. Lateral Border of the Scapula
D. Subscapula Fossa of the Scapula
E. Vertebral (Medial) Border
F. Superior Border of the Scapula
G. Coracoid Process of the Scapula

Scapula
(lateral view)

A. Acromian Process of the Scapula
B. Spine of the Scapula
C. Glenoid cavity
D. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
Scapula
(lateral view)

A. Acromian Process of the Scapula
B. Spine of the Scapula
C. Glenoid cavity
D. Coracoid Process of the Scapula

Scapula
(posterior view)

A. Superior Border of the Scapula
B. Supraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
C. Spine of the Scapula
D. Medial Border of the Scapula
E. Infraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
F. Lateral Border of the Scapula
G. Acromian Process of the Scapula
H. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
Scapula
(posterior view)

A. Superior Border of the Scapula
B. Supraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
C. Spine of the Scapula
D. Medial Border of the Scapula
E. Infraspinous Fossa of the Scapula
F. Lateral Border of the Scapula
G. Acromian Process of the Scapula
H. Coracoid Process of the Scapula

Styloid Process of the Radius
(distal end, anterior view)
Styloid Process of the Radius
(distal end, anterior view)

Styloid Process of the Ulna
(distal end, medial view)
Styloid Process of the Ulna
(distal end, medial view)

Superior Border of the Scapula
(anterior view)
Superior Border of the Scapula
(anterior view)

Superior Border of the Scapula
(posterior view)
Superior Border of the Scapula
(posterior view)

Trapezium Carpal
(
Trapezium Carpal
(“That”)

Trapezoid Carpal
(
Trapezoid Carpal
(“They”)

Triquetrum Carpal
(
Triquetrum Carpal
(“Try”)

Trochlea of the Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)
Trochlea of the Humerus
(distal end, anterior view)

Ulna
(proximal end, lateral view)

A. Olecranon Process of the Ulna
B. Radial Notch of the Ulna
C. Coronoid Process of the Ulna
D. Semilunar Notch (Trochlear Notch)
Ulna
(proximal end, lateral view)

A. Olecranon Process of the Ulna
B. Radial Notch of the Ulna
C. Coronoid Process of the Ulna
D. Semilunar Notch (Trochlear Notch)

Greater Trochanter of the Femur
(posterior view)
Greater Trochanter of the Femur
(posterior view)

Head of the Fibula
(anterior view)
Head of the Fibula
(anterior view)

Iliac Crest of the Ilium
(medial view)
Iliac Crest of the Ilium
(medial view)

Ilium
(medial view)
Ilium
(medial view)

Intermediate Cuneiform Tarsal
(superior view)
Intermediate Cuneiform Tarsal
(superior view)

Ischium
(lateral view)
Ischium
(lateral view)

Lateral Conyles of the Femur
(distal end, posterior view)
Lateral Conyles of the Femur
(distal end, posterior view)

Lateral Condyle of the Tibia
(proximal end, anterior view)
Lateral Condyle of the Tibia
(proximal end, anterior view)

Lateral Cuneiform Tarsal
Lateral Cuneiform Tarsal

Lateral Malleolus of the Fibula
(distal end, anterior view)
Lateral Malleolus of the Fibula
(distal end, anterior view)

Lesser Trochanter of the Femur
(proximal end, posterior view)
Lesser Trochanter of the Femur
(proximal end, posterior view)

Medial Condyle of the Femur
(distal end, posterior view)
Medial Condyle of the Femur
(distal end, posterior view)

Medial Condyle of the Tibia
(proximal end, anterior view)
Medial Condyle of the Tibia
(proximal end, anterior view)

Medial Cuneiform Tarsal
Medial Cuneiform Tarsal

Medial Malleollus of the Tibia
(distal end, anterior view)
Medial Malleollus of the Tibia
(distal end, anterior view)

Metatarsals of the Foot
(superior view)
Metatarsals of the Foot
(superior view)

Navicular Tarsal
Navicular Tarsal

Neck of the Femur
(proximal end, anterior view)
Neck of the Femur
(proximal end, anterior view)

Patellar Surface of the Femur
(distal end, anterior view)
Patellar Surface of the Femur
(distal end, anterior view)

Talus Tarsal
Talus Tarsal

Tarsals of the Foot
(superior view)

A. Intermediate Cuneiform
B. Medial Cuneiform
C. Navicular
D. Talus
E. Calcaneus
F. Cuboid
G. Lateral Cuneiform
Tarsals of the Foot
(superior view)

A. Intermediate Cuneiform
B. Medial Cuneiform
C. Navicular
D. Talus
E. Calcaneus
F. Cuboid
G. Lateral Cuneiform

Tibia
(proximal end, anterior view)

A. Intercondylar Eminence of the Tibia
B. Lateral Condyle of the Tibia
C. Tibial Tuberosity of the Tibia
D. Medial Tuberosity of the Tibia
Tibia
(proximal end, anterior view)

A. Intercondylar Eminence of the Tibia
B. Lateral Condyle of the Tibia
C. Tibial Tuberosity of the Tibia
D. Medial Tuberosity of the Tibia

Frontal Bone
(anterior view)
Frontal Bone
(anterior view)

Inferior Nasal Conchae
(anterior view)
Inferior Nasal Conchae
(anterior view)

Lacrimal Bone
(lateral view)
Lacrimal Bone
(lateral view)

Sphenoid Bone
(lateral view)
Sphenoid Bone
(lateral view)

Temporal Bone 
(lateral view)
Temporal Bone
(lateral view)

Vomer
(anterior view)
Vomer
(anterior view)

Zygomatic Bones
(anterior view)
Zygomatic Bones
(anterior view)

Superior angle
Superior angle
Name this specific part of the scapula.

Pedicle
Pedicle
Name this specific part of the thoracic vertebra.

maxilla
maxilla

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