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The Femur consists of four parts: the head, greater trochanter, lesser trochanter, and the lower extremity. Learn more about the vital role or femur on the bones of our legs. http://www.learnbones.com/leg-bones-anatomy/

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I really like this visual because it is a creative way of using the words describing parts of the body to create a skeleton. We could make collages of words to look like objects in the book

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Anterior view of the bones of the right shoulder, showing the clavicle (collarbone), scapula (shoulder blade), and humerus (upper arm bone).

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from Katie Fraumann — New York Yoga Instructor

Yoga for Your Feet

Yoga For Your Feet: Our feet are pretty amazing. They account for 25% of the bones in our body and have over 250,000 sweat glands.  They take us where we need to go and give us mobility and freedom of movement. The feet are among the first indicators of disease. For instance, ailments like nerve and circulatory disorders as well as diabetes and arthritis tend to show the first symptoms at the feet. They may become numb or have a tingling sensation.

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This exhibit depicts the anatomy of the inferior skull including: the foramen magnum, occipital condyles, mastoid process, styloid process, mandibular fossa, palatine bone, sphenoid bone, carotid canal, and the jugular fossa.

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BONE ➡ Rigid organs that constitute part of endoskeleton of vertebrates. SUPPORT & PROTECT the various organs of the body. PRODUCE RBC's & WBC's & store minerals. Bone tissue is a type of dense connective tissue. BONE TISSUE ➡ Osseous, Marrow, Endosteum, Periosteum, Nerves, Blood Vessels& Cartilage. Osseous Tissue, aka - bone tissue gives it rigidity & a coral-like 3D internal structure. Adults: 206 separate bones > At birth: 270 bones. Largest Bone = Femur Smallest Bones = Auditory Ossicles

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from Nurseslabs

Anatomy and Physiology Nursing Mnemonics & Tips

Others also include bones that can be seen in the frontal aspect of the skull such as the frontal bone. Note VAIN MM PLZ so you don’t miss out any of the facial bones. For more nursing mnemonics, visit: http://nurseslabs.com/anatomy-and-physiology-nursing-mnemonics-tips/

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