FEMUR Areas of focus based on lecture: Head, Neck, Greater Trochanter, Lesser Trochanter, Linea Aspera (posterior) , Lateral Condyle, Medial Condyle, InterCondylar Notch(Fossa) (posterior)
Part 5 - Appendicular Skeleton Part 5 of Part 8- Thursday Laboratory Review
Ex. 18 Vertebrate Anatomy-Dr. Breslin Lecture: Appendicular Skeleton
Appendicular Osteosarcoma in Dogs Large dogs are at risk for bone cancer. Bone cancer typically develops in middle to older age dogs, so it is often confused with arthritis and may not be caught in time.
The Appendicular Skeleton labeling the bones of the appendicular skeleton
Ex. 18: Vertebrate Anatomy-Skeletal System of a Frog Identify the bones and know which belong to the Axial and Appendicular skeletons
Axial + Appendicular Skeleton Part I Recorded on April 24, 2009 using a Flip Video camcorder.
AP1 F'09: Skeletal System: Anatomy (12) Dr. O's AP1 class, F'09: Skeletal System: Anatomy (12) 1. How many bones are there in the axial/appendicular parts of the skeleton? 2. How many bones are found in each part of the vertebral column? 3. Identify the location of each of these bones: humerus/femur/clavicle/maxillae/pubis. 4. Compare the number of phalanxes in the upper & lower appendages.
BIO 165-I5 JWard Appendicular Skeleton Parts This is for my BIO 165-I5 Class
Appendicular and Axial Recorded on October 29, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Femur appendicular skeleton
Coordination Exam : Cerebrocerebellum Cerebrocerebellum The 3rd subdivision of the cerebellum is the cerebrocerebellum. This system consists of connections from the cerebral cortex (predominantly motor) to the cerebellar hemispheres then back to the cerebral cortex. This system is important in motor planning. Dysfunction of the cerebellar hemispheres results in ataxia of speech (scanning dysarthria) and ataxia of the extremities (appendicular ataxia). It is important to remember that ataxia caused by disease of the cerebellar hemispheres will be ipsilateral to the dysfunctional hemisphere. The findings of appendicular ataxia are hypotonia, decomposition of movement, dysmetria, and difficulty with rapid alternating movements (dysdiadochokinesia).
SACRUM and COCCYX Areas of focus based on lecture: Sacrum: vertebral bones S1-S5 = fuse together during development to = 1 bone. Body, sacral c***, posterior sacral foramen (plural: foramina) , median sacral crest , sacral promontory Coccyx: vertebral bones Co1-Co4= fuse together during development to = 1 bone
TIBIA (Lower-Leg , Large Bone) Areas of focus based on lecture: Lateral Condyle, Medial Condyle, Tibial Tuberosity (anterior), Medial Malleous, Anterior Crest,
Appendicular pt 1 The Appendicular Skeleton pt 1
Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb - Appendicular Skeleton.mp4 More videos, downloadable study guides, class notes, live online extra-help classes, online practice tests and more at It's FREE to join.
Cat Skeleton ID - Appendicular Skeleton How to identify bones in the forelimbs and hindlimbs of the cat.
BIO165JCC-Appendicular skeleton BIO 165 naming the appendicular skeletal parts
Part 4 - Appendicular Skeleton Part 4 of Part- Thursday Laboratory Review
Appendicular pt 3 The Appendicular pt 3
Biology B: Unit 8 - Assessment 2 Preparation This 10 minute review of the key topics in unit 8 with help you prepare for this week's exam. Please take careful notes and use your text to review.
Appendicular Muscles - Arm brief discription of where the arm muscles are located.
Parts of the Pelvic girdle Me & Ricky identifying the os coxa & Me & Chad identifying it on the Appendicular skeleton. As follows: acetabulum obturator foramen ilium iliac crest iliac fossa anterior superior iliac spine articular surface anterior inferior iliac spine posterior superior iliac spine posterior inferior iliac spine sciatic notch ischium ischial tuberosity ischial spine pubis pubic symphysis
Appendicular pt 2 The Appendicular Skeleton pt 2
Parts of the Scapula Me & Ricky identifying the Scapula & Me & Chad identifying it on the Appendicular skeleton. As follows: spine acromion process coracoid process superior border medial border lateral border supraspinous fossa infraspinous fossa acromioclavicular facet subscapular fossa glenoid cavity
Human Skeleton The Human skeleton is very important for identify their parts or bones and functions, that animation help in to identify Axial and Appendicular human skeleton , it help in to identify Joints in our body. Its important for Zoologist.
appendicularskeletonforMrA naming parts of our appendicular skeleton
Axial + Appendicular Skeleton Part II Recorded on April 24, 2009 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Appendicular Muscles - Dixon
appendicular muscle 2
Biology: The Appendicular Skeleton for full video
OS COXAE (INNOMINATE) The following are the areas of focus based on lecture notes: acetabelum , obturator foramen, iliac crest, anterior-superior iliac spine, posterior-superior iliac spine, greater sciatic notch, ischial tuberosity, symphysis pubis Differences between male and female: Pubic Brim(Pubic Inlet), Pubic Angle, Pelvic Outlet
Part 3- Axial Skeleton Part 3 of Part 8 - Thursday Laboratory Review
Abnormal Coordination Exam ; Finger-to-nose Finger-to-nose Under (hypometria) and over (hypermetria) shooting of a target (dysmetria) and the decomposition of movement (the breakdown of the movement into its parts with impaired timing and integration of muscle activity) are seen with appendicular ataxia.
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The appendicular skeleton