Daily Archives: June 13, 2014


{Skeletal Introduction p156}

{Skeletal Introduction p156}

{Skeletal back  front Anterior  Posterior) Views}

{Skeleton back & front views (Anterior Posterior)}

 

{Skeletal Introduction p157}

{Skeletal Introduction Cervical-Thoracic-Lumbar p157}

{Low Back (Lumbar) spine and discs Front View (Anterior View)}

{Low Back (Lumbar) spine and discs Front View (Anterior View)}

{Low Back( Lumbar) Spine and Disc}

{Low Back( Lumbar) Spine and Disc}

{Vertebral Column (Spine) Diagram showing Vertebra Groups ( Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral )}

{Vertebral Column (Spine) Diagram showing Vertebra Groups ( Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral )}

{Skeletal P158}

{Skeletal P158}

 

{Skeletal Sacrum}

{Skeletal Sacrum}

{Skeletal Coccyx bone is the ending tail like structure)

{Coccyx bone is the ending tail like structure}

{Skeletal Introduction p159}

{Skeletal Introduction p159}

{Ex-ray of Scoliosis curve in Lumbar}

{Ex-ray of Scoliosis curve in Lumbar}

{Under portion of the skull showing Foramen Magnum the entry point for the cervical vertebrae to the brain}

{Under portion of the skull showing Foramen Magnum the entry point for the cervical vertebrae to the brain}

{Cervical spine in red}

{Cervical spine in red}

{Skeletal Introduction p160}

{Skeletal Introduction p160}

{Spine disc differences showing normal-degenerative-bulging-herniated-thinning }

{Spine disc differences showing normal-degenerative-bulging-herniated-thinning }

{Fibular Peronius Longus connecting to the Tibia Bone }

{Fibular Peronius Longus connecting to the Tibia Bone}


Pelvic Girdle & Sacrum Bone

Areas to remember are:

1- iliac Crest

2- ilium

3- Sacroiliac Joint (Connection of the Sacrum and ilium)

4- Ischium

5- Pubic Symphysis ( The cartilage the connect the two separate sides if the pelvic bone together)

6- Sacrum

7- Coccyx (The small tail like bone under the sacrum)

8- Sacrum Foramen

 

 

 

{Pelvic girdle-Ischium Iliac Crest}

Pelvic girdle-Ischium & Iliac Crest

 

 


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{ Skull with Names}

{ Skull with Names}

 

  1.    The bones to remember are:

1- Parietal Bone

2- Frontal Bone

3- Occipital Bone

4- Zygomatic Bone

5- Maxillary Bone

6- Mandible

7- Foramen Magnum opening to the skull
 

{Skeletal l Skull test Mandibal}

{Skull Mandibal}

{Skull maxilary }

{Skull maxilary }

{Skeleton Skull Showing Foramen Magnum}

{Under portion of the Skull showing Foramen Magnum which is the opening for the spine to connect to the brain}