Pre-Lab 2

(5 points)

Last Name: _______________________  First Name: _______________________



Fill in the table with the appropriate terms. For the remaining illustrations, label the structures indicated.

(1 point)

Name of a structure is directional term to Name of the second structure
radius* is proximal to ulna*
femur is superior to
is inferior to thoracic vertebrae
patella is anterior to
is distal to metacarpals
tibia is medial to
is lateral to sternum


Label the cranial structures and bones. (0.5 points)


The lateral skull shows the large rounded brain case, zygomatic arch, and the upper and lower jaws. The zygomatic arch is formed jointly by the zygomatic process of the temporal bone and the temporal process of the zygomatic bone. The shallow space above the zygomatic arch is the temporal fossa. The space inferior to the zygomatic arch and deep to the posterior mandible is the infratemporal fossa.


Label the cranial bones and special features. (0.5 points)


The hard palate is formed anteriorly by the palatine processes of the maxilla bones and posteriorly by the horizontal plate of the palatine bones.

Label the distinctive parts of the vertebra. (0.5 points)


Vertebra Superior View Labeled Diagram



Label the features of the scapula. (0.5 point)

Label the features of the scapula



Label the features of the humerus. (0.5 points)


Label the features of the humerus by Anterior and Posterior view

Label the features of the radius and ulna. (0.5 point)


Bones of the pectoral girdle and upper limb

Label the features of the femur. (0.5 points)

Lower Limb Bone Anatomy Lower Limb Bones


Label the features of the tibia and fibula. (0.5 points)

Diagram Of Tibia And Fibula - Anterior View and Posterior View


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