A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy Online Student Lab Activity by Scott David Schaeffer DC

By Scott David Schaeffer DC

Руководство по лабораторной работе. Может быть использована в сочетании с ADAM Интерактивная Анатомия. Понятные и красочные рисунки и пояснения к ним.

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The sagittal suture is seen joining the left and right parietal bones. The lambdoid suture between the occipital bone and parietal bones may be seen also. Other features of the occipital bone include the external occipital protuberance (EOP, inion) and the superior and inferior nuchal lines. The mastoid process of the temporal bone can also be seen from the posterior view. Identify and label the bones of the skull and their common markings visible from the posterior view in the following figure.

Compare and contrast several characteristics of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. 11/2/2012 9:05:09 AM 2 Muscular System LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, the student should be able to: ■ Describe the major functions of the muscular system ■ Describe common muscle origins and insertions as well as synergists and antagonists for major muscle groups ■ Provide examples of criteria used when naming muscles ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the head and neck ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the chest and back ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the upper extremity ■ Locate and identify the major muscles of the lower extremity MUSCULAR SYSTEM OVERVIEW Of the three types of muscle tissue in the body (skeletal, cardiac, and smooth), skeletal muscle is the only type to be under voluntary control.

It crosses, and acts upon, both the hip and knee joints. The only major muscle on the lateral thigh is the tensor fasciae latae, which may be seen inserting into the long, white band of connective tissue known as the iliotibial tract or iliotibial band (ITB). The medial thigh houses the group of muscles known as adductors, which includes the gracilis or groin muscle. The posterior hip (buttocks) is the location of the gluteal muscles (maximus, medius, and minimus) as well as the deeper piriformis and quadratus femoris.

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