This week we will be learning about bones, naming their parts, and how they fit together. To help everyone out for our discussion board this week you will be creating a sketch of one bone (and its markings) from the list below. Pick the bone that you have the most trouble understanding and make your own drawings on paper with pen or pencil. Make sure you sign your artwork. Labels the bone and the appropriate markings. Then snap a photograph of your drawings.
For your post you will:
A. List the bone and the parts you sketched (1 pt; select from one of the categories below)
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B. Draw 2 different views of the bone(s), such as anterior and posterior or whatever makes sense. Review directions from chapter 1.
C. Take a picture of your sketch(es) (make sure you save it as a jpg). Upload your labeled sketches (at least 2 views, such as anterior and posterior views or perhaps anterior and lateral views, use good judgement). Insert your photos by clicking the mountain-sun icon. It must be embedded, not attached. Also, it needs to be right-side up and viewable as-is. (6 pts)
D. Provide one trick you use to help you remember something about your bone. (2 pts)
Select from the following choices:
1. TEMPORAL BONE and markings: external auditory meatus (or canal), styloid process, mastoid process, zygomatic process, mandibular fossa
2. MANDIBLE and markings: body, ramus, angle, coronoid process, condylar process, alveolus
3. ETHMOID BONE and markings: crista galli, superior and middle nasal conchae, olfactory foramina
4. SPHENOID BONE and markings: sella turcica, greater and lesser wings, sphenoid sinus
5. General structure of a VERTEBRA and markings: body, arch, vertebral foramen, lamina, pedicle, transverse process, spinous process
6. Lateral view of a VERTEBRA: superior articular process & facet, inferior articular process & facet, spinous process, intervertebral foramen
7. SCAPULA and markings: glenoid cavity, acromion, lateral (axillary) border, medial (vertebral) border, spine, supraspinous fossa, infraspinous fossa, subscapular fossa, coracoid process
8. HUMERUS and markings: head, anatomical neck, surgical neck, greater tubercle, lesser tubercle, deltoid tuberosity, coronoid fossa, olecranon fossa
9. CARPUS: scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate
10. OS COXA bones & markings: ILIUM (iliac crest, greater sciatic notch, acetabulum), ISCHIUM (obturator foramen, tuberosity of the ischium), PUBIS (pubic symphysis)
11. FEMUR and markings: head & neck, greater trochanter, lesser trochanter, medial & lateral condyles, medial & lateral epicondyles
12. TARSUS: calcaneus, talus, navicular, medial, intermediate & lateral cuneiforms, cuboid