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Lecture 9

ANAT 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Interosseous Membrane, Malleolus, Tibula


Department
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Course Code
ANAT 101
Professor
Richard Oko
Lecture
9

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Bones of the Lower Limb
Nadia Mansoori – only need to know what is on the note outline
Denser and stronger than bones of the upper limbt
Hip joint
Knee joint
Ankle join
Pelvic/Hp Bone
Ilium
osuperior
Ischium
oStrongest part
oIschial tuberosity - very strong and supports you when sitting
Pubis
oMedial
oArticulates with the sacrum
Separated by hylian cartilage at birth
Fused together at the acetabulum
Bony Pelvis
Female
oLess prominent markings
oSmoother
oIschial spine more prominent and projects anteriorly
oPubic arch 100 degrees or greater, pelvic outlet wider
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