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1. What bone is the talus? A B C
2. Which letter points to the intermediate cuniform? B A C
3. Which letter points to the calcaneous?
Letter A points to the? A.Talus B.Calcaneus C.cuboid A
Letter A points to the? A.Talus B.Navicular C.Cuboid A
4.A is pointing to what bones of the foot?
5. I have circled which bones of the foot?
6. Letter A is pointing to A.Tibia B.Fibula
7.The bone making up your shin is A or B?
B, the anterior crest of the Tibia is your shin
A is pointing to ? A.Lateral Maleolus B.Medial Maleolus C.Tibial Tuberosity A
C, Tibial Tuberosity
A is pointing to? A.Lateral Maleolus B.Medial Maleolus C.Radial tuberosity A
B, Medial Malleolus
A is pointing to the? A.Intercondyle eminence B.Medial maleolus C.Greater trochanter A
B, Intercondyle Eminence
A is pointing to? A.Lateral Malleolus B.Medial Malleolus C.Radial tuberosity A
A, Lateral Malleolus
8. What bone is this? A. Sacrum B. Vertebrae C. Coxal
9. Letter D is pointing to what bone A. Coccyx B. Sacrum C. Coxal
10. The tibia and fibula are part of which sub division? A. Appendicular B. Axial
A, both are leg bones, so are in appendicular sub-division
11. What is Letter A pointing to? A.Ilium B.Sacrum C.Coxal A
C, Coxal Bone
A. Ischium B. Obtrurator foramen C. Iliac crest A
C, Iliac Crest
A. Ischium B. Acetabulum C. Iliac spine A
A. Pubis Ramus B. Sacroiliac joint C. Sacrum A
B, Sacroiliac joint
A. Ilium B. Obtrurator foramen C. ischium A
A. Pubic ramus B. Ischium C. Pubic Symphysis A
C, Pubic Symphysis
This bone is? A. Tibia B. Fibula C. Femur
A. Greater tubercle B. Lesser trochanter C. Greater trochanter A
C, Greater Trochanter
A. Head B. Lateral condyle C. Lesser trochanter A
B, Lateral Condyle
A is pointing to? A. Head B. Lateral condyle C. Lesser trochanter A
C, lesser trochanter
I’ve highlighted which of the following A.True Pelvis B.False Pelvis C.Pubic Arch
B, false pelvis
I’ve highlighted which of the following? A.True Pelvis B.False Pelvis C.Pubic Arch A
C, Pubic Arch
A is pointing to the? A. Pelvic brim B. Iliac spine C. Pubic ramus D. Ischial spine A
A, Pelvic Brim
1. Round or oval opening through the bone A. Groove B. Foramen C. Meatus D. fissure
5. Which bone is a long bone? A. Phalange B. Carpal C. Tarsal D. Humerus
6. Two bones of the appendicular skeleton are A. Scapula, humerus B. Coxal, ribs C. Vertebae, sternum D. Ribs, fibula
A, Scapula and humerus
7. The bones that make up the spinal column are called A. Sternum B. True ribs C. Coastal cartilage D. None of the above
D, none of the above Vertebral column is composed of vertebrae
8. Another name for the shoulder girdle A. Pelvic girdle B. Coxal girdle C. Pectoral girdle D. Clavicle girdle
C, pectoral girdle
9. The bones of the skull are joined by what A. Tendons B. Ligaments C. Muscles D. Sutures
10. The femur articulates with what bone A. Talus B. Tibia C. Humerus D. Scapula
11. Provides support and protection between bones A. Ligaments B. Tendons C. Cartilage D. Muscle
12. The skeleton is divided into what two sub-divisions Name them
13. The pisiform and the cuboid are part of which sub-division A. Appendicular B. Cranial C. Limb D. Axial
21. Which bone is a flat bone A. Vertebrae B. Femur C. Parietal bone D. Coxal
22. The carpals are what type of bone A. Short B. Long C. Flat D. irregular
23. Osteoporosis is caused by A. A decrease in blood cell production B. An increase in calcium storage C. An increase in blood cell production D. A decrease in calcium storage
D, decrease in Ca++
24. The skull is made of what two types of bones A. Facial and skull B. Facial and cranial C. Sutures and cranial D. Sutures and facial
B, facial and cranial
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