New PDF release: A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy Online Student Lab Activity

By Scott David Schaeffer DC

ISBN-10: 1451120397

ISBN-13: 9781451120394

Руководство по лабораторной работе. Может быть использована в сочетании с ADAM Интерактивная Анатомия. Понятные и красочные рисунки и пояснения к ним.

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3. Find the corresponding images. 12 The Pelvic Girdle The pelvic girdle is formed by the two hip bones (ossa coxae or pelvic bones). Posteriorly, the pelvic bones are joined to the sacrum at the sacroiliac joint, and anteriorly, they connect at the fibrocartilage pubic symphysis. Each os coxae is actually formed by the union of three separate bones—the ilium, ischium, and pubis. The ilium has the iliac crest at the most superior aspect of the bone. Anteriorly, the iliac crest ends at the anterior superior iliac spine, while posteriorly it ends at the posterior superior iliac spine.

10 CHAPTER 1 Skeletal System For a unique interactive experience, click on the 3D Anatomy icon and then select 3D Skull. Skull From there you are able to manipulate a three-dimensional skull by rotating it, moving it, zooming in and out, and even experience cutaway views. 1 Anterior View of the Skull From this view of the skull, the zygomatic, temporal, nasal, lacrimal, inferior nasal conchae, and parietal bones are evident. The frontal bone with the supraorbital margin and supraorbital foramen (notch in some individuals) makes up the superior border of the orbit.

They include the iliocostalis, longissimus, and spinalis muscles. Many muscles that attach to the scapula may also now be seen. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles that originate on the scapula and insert into the humerus. Three of the four muscles may be seen from the posterior view. They are the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and teres minor. The fourth muscle, the subscapularis, must be viewed from the anterior aspect of the scapula. The larger teres major, which is not part of the rotator cuff, may be seen inferior to the teres minor as it is separated from the teres minor by the long head of the triceps brachii.

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