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Terms used to describe openings are fissure, foramen, and meatus. A fissure is a cleft somewhat like an enlarged crack or slit in a bone. An example is the superior orbital fissure of the skull behind the eye. A foramen is a small to large, usually circular opening, such as the foramen magnum, which allows for the passage of the spinal cord to connect with the brain stem. A meatus is a tiny passageway. An example is the external auditory meatus of the temporal bone. Flat B o n e s Projections That Form Joints Flat bones are thin and flattened and tend to be curved (Fig.
Bursa 12. Cartilage A. Facilitates s m o o t h m o v e m e n t , cushions, and reduces friction on the surfaces of bones. 13. Muscle B. Carries signals to and from the brain and spinal cord. 14. Capillary C. C l e a n s e s excess tissue fluid of foreign particles, viruses, and bacteria. 15. Nerve D. Provides location for blood cell formation and storage of inorganic salts. 16. Tendon 17. Fascia E. Decreases friction and creates gliding m o v e m e n t b e t w e e n body structures such as tendons and b o n y l a n d m a r k s .
T r a n s v e r s e plane 26. Adduction F. Frontal plane 27. Medial rotation 28. Extension Short Answer 29. Briefly describe the anatomical position. 30. Identify what qualities about bones m a k e them distinguishable from other structures during palpation. 31. Identify what qualities about m u s c l e s m a k e t h e m distinguishable from other structures during palpation. 32. Identify each region of the body in the picture below. Introduction to the H u m a n Body 25 Activity: Describe and/or draw specific body movements on a set of 3 x 5 cords; for example, doing jumping jacks, bowling, making snow angels, etc.