Week 2 - Bone Markings

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Name the 8 projections that are sites of muscle and ligament attachment

• Tuberosity
• Crest
• Trochanter
• Line
• Tubercle
• Epicondyle
• Spine
• Process

2

Name the 4 projections that helps to form joints

• Head
• Facet
• Condyle
• Ramus

3

Name the 5 depressions and openings allowing blood vessels and nerves to pass

• Meatus
• Fossa
• Groove
• Fissure
• Foramen

4

Define tuberosity

Large rounded projection, may be roughened

5

Define crest

Narrow ridge of bone, usually prominent

6

Define trochanter

A relatively large process

7

Define line

A slightly raised elongated ridge

8

Define tubercle

A small knoblike process

9

Define epicondyle

A definition situated above the condyle

10

Define spine

A thornlike projection on a bone

11

Define process

A prominent projection on a bone

12

Define head

An enlargement of the end of a bone

13

Define facet

A small, flat surface

14

Define condyle

Smooth, rounded articulated surface

15

Define Ramus

A branch or extension making an angle

16

Define sinus

An air-filled cavity within a bone

17

Define meatus

A tubelike opening

18

Define fossa

A shallow depression

19

Define groove

Furrow along bone surface; accommodates vessels/nerves

20

Define fissure

A slit through the bone

21

Define Foramen

Opening through a bone used as a passage for blood, nerves & ligaments


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