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Department
Biomedical Physio & Kines
Course Code
BPK 142
Professor
Tony Leyland
Study Guide
Midterm

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KIN STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS:
Osteology and Arthrology: (pg. 66)
1. -support body tissue
-Produce blood cells
-store minerals
-protect body organs
-provide areas for joint articulation
2. Draw long bone and its components
3. Surface Features of Bone:
-process: marked bony prominence (corocoid process, acromion process)
-head: prominent, rounded, articulating proximal end of a bone
-neck: constricted area between head and body
-fossa: flattened or shallow surface (ex. Subscapular fossa)
-tuberoisty: small rough process (any long bone)
-tubercle: small rounded process (in humerus)
-condyle: rounded articular prominence (in femur and tibia)
-epicondyle: a projection above a condyle (in humerus)
-trochanter: big process only in femur
LAB 10 (LEHSF pg. 154 – procedure 1)
1.
Trapezius:
oOriginates:
Base of skull
lower portion of cervical vertebrae
All of thoracic vertebrae
oInsertions:
posterior part of the clavical
top of spine of scapula
Serratus anterior:
oOriginates:
Surface of upper 9 ribs @ side of chest
oInsertion:
Anterior border of scapula
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