ATTR 25057 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Haematopoiesis, Growth Factor, Coccyx

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Published on 22 Jan 2017
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Anne Paquette
A&P Lab Notes
20-January-2017
Bones
Support, Protection,Movement, Mineral and growth factor storage, Blood cell formation
(hematopoiesis), Triglyceride (fat) storage)
Appendicular skeleton→ limbs including coccyx
Types:
Flat: i.e.ribs, sternum
Long: longer than wide (usually shaft and two ends): toes, femur
Short:
Irregular: skull
Sesamoid: knee cap (formation during development)
Joints
Structural
Fibrous
Cartilaginous
Synovial
Functional
Synarthroses
Synovial joints
Most are limbs
Diarthroses
Usually a capsule will cartilage that protects bones
Synovial membrane on the inside that helps create the fluid
Anatomical position
Standing straight up
Looking straight ahead
Elbows and knees are facing up
Anatomical term: always refer to anatomical position rather than body part’s location
Superior-above
Inferior- below
Medial- middle, closer to the midline
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