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  • Joints
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  • Vertebrae and Ribcage
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  • Cranial Bones
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  • Appendicular Skeleton I
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  • Appendicular Skeleton II
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  • Immovable joints
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  • Back to Main Screen Synarthroses
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  • The teeth in the jaw are an example of this type of specific joint
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  • Gomphoses Back to Main Screen
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  • The joints between the metacarpals and phalanges
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  • Ellipsoidal Back to Main Screen
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  • Distal articulation of the tibia and fibula
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  • Syndesmosis Back to Main Screen
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  • Lifting the head is an example of this type of lever
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  • First Class Lever Back to Main Screen
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  • These type of vertebrae have a heart-shaped body
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  • Thoracic Back to Main Screen
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  • You have this many pairs of true ribs
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  • 7 pairs Back to Main Screen
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  • Transverse foramen are found in this type of vertebrae
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  • Cervical Back to Main Screen
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  • You have this many thoracic vertebrae
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  • 12 Back to Main Screen
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  • The occipital condyles articulate with this vertebrae
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  • Atlas Back to Main Screen
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  • This suture is located between parietal and temporal bones
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  • Squamous Back to Main Screen
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  • This bone contains your tear duct
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  • Lacrimal Back to Main Screen
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  • The mastoid process is found on this bone
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  • Temporal Back to Main Screen
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  • This is where the coronal suture meets the sagittal suture
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  • Bregma Back to Main Screen
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  • The zygomatic process is a projection of this bone
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  • Temporal Back to Main Screen
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  • These are the bones that make up your ankle
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  • Tarsals Back to Main Screen
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  • The clavicle articulates with this bone of the axial skeleton
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  • Sternum Back to Main Screen
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  • This feature is known as your sit bone
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  • Ischial tuberosity Back to Main Screen
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  • The corocoid process is found on this bone
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  • Scapula Back to Main Screen
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  • You have this many phalanges in each hand
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  • 14 Back to Main Screen
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  • These two bones articulate at the glenoid cavity
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  • Scapula and humerus Back to Main Screen
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  • This bone has a lateral malleous
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  • Fibula Back to Main Screen
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  • Combined, your ankles have this many bones
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  • 14 Back to Main Screen
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  • In anatomical position, the radius lies _____ to the ulna
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  • Lateral Back to Main Screen
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  • The radial notch is located on this bone
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  • Ulna Back to Main Screen
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  • These cells build bone tisse
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  • osteoblasts Back to Main Screen
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  • The structural functional unit of compact bone
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  • osteon Back to Main Screen
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  • This hormones increases osteoclast activity
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  • parathyroid Back to Main Screen
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  • The ends of long bones are called the
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  • epiphyses Back to Main Screen
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  • Osteoporosis is caused by decreasing levels of the hormone
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  • estrogen Back to Main Screen

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