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KINE 2031 Chapter Notes -Cartilage, Maxilla, Square Enix Europe


Department
Kinesiology & Health Science
Course Code
KINE 2031
Professor
Neil Smith

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Skeletal System (Greek/Latin) terms
A
Atlas: Holding up your world
Axis: Central line of the body
Artus: joint
Articulate (Articulation): joint formation
Alveolus (Alveolar): A basin, any small hollow
Auricle (Auricular): Little ear
Annulus: Ring (little)
Acetabular: Hole of the head of the femur
Acromion: The tip of the shoulder
Acetabulum: a socket (cup)
B
Bursa: A purse (Flattened sac)
Bis: Double
C
Cartilage: Gristle (in meat)
Calcaneus: Heel bone
Cuboid: Cube shaped
Cavity: A hollow
Condros: Cartilage
Coccyx: Snakes end (tail), Shrunken remainder
Carotid: To put to sleep

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Canal: water pipe
Condyle: knuckle
Cervical: The Neck
Caput: Head
Con: Together
Capitate: of a head (centre of the carpal hand)
Costa (Costal): Rib
Cruciate: Cross Letter “x”
Coracoid: Like a Crows beak
Coronoid: Shape like a crown
Collateral: next to or beside (mostly outside of a structure)
D
Dia: apart
Desmos: A band
Dens or Odontoid (process): Tooth (sticking up)
Dorsal: Back (Backside)
E
Epi: Upon
Extrinsic: Outer (muscle)
Eminence: Projecting (Usually smooth)
Eidos (oid): shape or form
F
Facet: Face (Smooth bony surface)
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Frontal: front of head
Fossa: Ditch or trench
Foramen: Hole (opening/ socket)
Fibrosus: Fibrous = Fibre
Flavum: Yellow
G
Girdle: Ring of bones (Complete/Incomplete)
Glenoid: Shape/ Form of socket (opening)
Gluteal: buttocks
H
Hiatus: A gap
Hamte: Hooked
Inter: Between
Inguinal: Groin
Iso: Equal
Intrinsic: On the inside
Intra : ‘Within’ something
Infra: Below
Ischial: opening (hole/socket)
K
Kyphosis: Bent or bowed forward
Kranion: Upper part of the head
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