Bones anatomy

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY - CLUTCH CH. 8 - BONE AND CARTILAGE

CONCEPT: ANATOMY OF BONES Anatomy of a Long Bone Long bones are most common in the body and therefore can act as a model of bone anatomy Regions of a long bone include: - Diaphysis Is the elongated, cylindrical shaft of the bone - Provides leverage and weight support to the bone - Epiphysis is the knobby region on either end of the bone - Proximal epiphysis faces the trunk of the body - Distal …

November 12th,2019

Skull Cranial skeleton (Neurocranium)

Skull - 1 Skull Cranial skeleton (Neurocranium) Calarvia Frontal, Temporal, Parietal, Occipital Cranial base Facial skeleton (Viscerocranium)

November 12th,2019

Skeletal System - Anatomy

Human Anatomy & Physiology: Skeletal System-Anatomy; Ziser, Lecture Notes, 2005 2 cranial cavity – largest (adult – 1,300 ml) part of dorsal body cavity orbits – eye sockets nasal cavity buccal cavity middle and inner ear cavities paranasal sinuses in 4 of the bones making up the face in life lined with mucous membrane to form sinuses

November 12th,2019

Hand Anatomy - Hong Kong Polytechnic University

on the anatomy of bones and muscles. Therefore the study of hand anatomy is fundamental to ascertain the individuality of hand-based biometrics. Structure of the human hand The internal structure of hand is an assortment of bones, muscles, nerves and veins.

November 12th,2019

Normal Bone Anatomy and Physiology

Normal Bone Anatomy and Physiology Bart Clarke Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism, and Nutrition, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota This review describes normal bone anatomy and physiology as an introduction to the subsequent articles in this section that discuss clinical applications of iliac crest bone biopsy. The normal anatomy ...

November 12th,2019

Bones and Features of the Skull - Cranium and Face

Bones and Features of the Skull - Cranium and Face ©Sheri Amsel • www.exploringnature.org Bones of the Cranium The cranium is made up of 8 bones: 2 (paired) parietal bones • 2 (paired) temporal bones • frontal bone • occipital bone • sphenoid bone • ethmoid bone The frontal bone is located on the anterior cranium and includes the following features:

November 12th,2019

Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals

Anatomy of long bones. A) Using the femur as an example of a long bone, the epiphysis is the enlarged area at either end of the bone while the diaphysis is the long shaft in the middle portion of the bone. The metaphysis is the joining point between the epiphysis and diaphysis. The periosteum is the fi brous covering around the outside of the ...

November 12th,2019

ANATOMY OF NECK

ANATOMY OF NECK Dr. SHASHIKANT SR, ENT Development Triangles Fascial boundries Neck spaces Cervical lymphatics Muscles Major vessels Nerves. Development The skin of the neck is derived from cervical dermatomes which arise from the second to the sixth cervical segments. The sternocleidomastoid, strap muscles and trapezius originate from cervical myotomes. Branchial arch …

November 12th,2019

Introduction to Human Anatomy

is called the ‘Farher of anatomy’. Andreas Vesalius, a Flemish physician is referred to as the ‘ Father of modern human anatomy’. Different aspects included in anatomy are Histology, Osteology, Myology, Arthrology and Neurology etc. Histology is study of tissues. Osteology is study of bones. Myology is study of muscles. Arthrology is ...