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A normal adult human skeleton consists of 206 named bones (or 213 if each of the nine fused vertebrae of the sacrum and coccyx are counted as independent bones). The individual bones of the skeleton are connected by three types of joints, which differ in the type and amount of movement they allow. The human skeleton is divided functionally into an axial skeleton that supports the main body axis and an appendicular skeleton that supports the arms and legs.

Prelim PDHPE or PASS - Bone Bingo cards - a novice and more advanced version to reinforce learning the names of the bones!

Arm (right and left)    Clavicle  Scapula  Humerus  Radius  Ulna  Capitate  Lunate  Hamate  Pisiform  Scaphoid  Trapezoid  Trapezium  Triquetral  Metacarpal 1-5  Proximal phalanges 1-5  Middle phalanges 2-5  Distal phalanges 1-5

Arm (right and left) Clavicle Scapula Humerus Radius Ulna Capitate Lunate Hamate Pisiform Scaphoid Trapezoid Trapezium Triquetral Metacarpal Proximal phalanges Middle phalanges Distal phalanges

carly - verterbral column Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar (sacrum and coccyx)

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Extra Large Fossil Whale Axis Vertebra - Click Image to Close

Extra Large Fossil Whale Axis Vertebra - Click Image to Close

Anatomy of the vertebral column

Find out where your vertebrae pain is coming from: cervical, thoracic, or lumbar. Learn about your condition along with treatments to help ease the pain.

Axis Vertebra. Unidentified. Very heavy, solid and black in colour. The axis vertebra is the bone that allows the head to tilt from side to side. This is a large specimen and it is very solid and in excellent condition. Very nice display piece that needs research to discover exactly what it belongs to. Discovered in North Carolina, USA. Approx. 7 Million Years Old. 124mm x 180mm x 80mm. Weighing: 792grams Available at: www.relicsandrocks.com.au

Axis Vertebra. Unidentified. Very heavy, solid and black in colour. The axis vertebra is the bone that allows the head to tilt from side to side. This is a large specimen and it is very solid and in excellent condition. Very nice display piece that needs research to discover exactly what it belongs to. Discovered in North Carolina, USA. Approx. 7 Million Years Old. 124mm x 180mm x 80mm. Weighing: 792grams Available at: www.relicsandrocks.com.au

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Muskrat Axis Vertebra - Grade A, 3332 - ondatra zibethicus

#ClinicalUniversal  Surgical Management of Fracture of Axis Vertebra of Neck  47 year-old lady came to our OPD with history of severe neck pain on movement and weakness, numbness, and tingling since road traffic accident 6 months ago.  A CT Scan showed a fracture of Odontoid Process of C2 or Axis Vertebra. She was treated non surgically at other centers without any improvement or relief in symptoms. She was operated upon at our hospital with Spinal Posterior Decompression from C1 to C2 area…

#ClinicalUniversal Surgical Management of Fracture of Axis Vertebra of Neck 47 year-old lady came to our OPD with history of severe neck pain on movement and weakness, numbness, and tingling since road traffic accident 6 months ago. A CT Scan showed a fracture of Odontoid Process of C2 or Axis Vertebra. She was treated non surgically at other centers without any improvement or relief in symptoms. She was operated upon at our hospital with Spinal Posterior Decompression from C1 to C2 area…

Bones of the Axial Skeleton

Bones of the Axial Skeleton The skeleton may be divided into two main groups of…

hangman's fracture is the colloquial name given to a fracture of both pedicles or pars interarticularis of the axis vertebra (C2)

The dens (also odontoid process or odontoid peg) is a protuberance (process or projection) of the axis (second cervical vertebra)

Human Spine Disorders anatomy poster shows location of atlas and axis, cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, sacrum and coccyx.

Human Spine Disorders anatomy poster

Human Spine Disorders anatomy poster shows location of atlas and axis, cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, sacrum and coccyx.