Posted: April 19th, 2017
Module 06 Lab Worksheet: Skeletal System, Skeletal Muscle, Joint Dissection- Review
The two forearm bones are the ulna and the radius. The radius is on the lateral
side of the arm, while the ulna is medial.
The proper term for the “heel bone” is calcaneus. The proper name for the “collar
bone” is clavicle.
The hip is an irregular shaped bone consisting of three bones which are fused
together. These bones are the ilium, pubis, and ischium. It has one joint which is
called the sacroiliac joint. This joint articulates with the sacrum and ilium.
The anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) is an important landmark of surface
anatomy. It refers to the anterior extremity of the iliac crest of the pelvis, which
provides attachment for the inguinal ligaments, and sartorius muscle.
The anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS) is a bony eminence on the anterior border
of the hip bone, or, more precisely, the wing of the ilium.
The highest and largest of the 3 bones which comprise the pelvis is the ilium. As
the crest reaches the anterior portion, it alters into the anterior superior iliac spine.
Just below this rests the anterior and inferior iliac spine. As the posterior portion
of the iliac crest terminates it forms the posterior superior iliac spine. Just below
this the greater sciatic notch provides passage for the sciatic nerve.
The greater trochanter sits on the lateral aspect of the femur. It is a big bony
prominence that has many muscle attachments that include the piriformis, vastus
laetralis, gluteus minimus, gluteus maximas, and trochanteric fossa.
The ischal tuberosity is divided into two portions: a lower, ro
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