As in other vertebrates the tibia is one of two bones in the lower leg the other being the fibula and is a component of the knee and ankle joints. Bony features of tibia and fibula for biol 2401 the game ends when you get all 22 questions correct or when you give up published.
Short video describing the skeletal structures of the tibia structural markings identified.
Tibia bone labeled. Tibia and fibula bones introduction introduction to the tibia and fibula bones. Framed print details of the human tibia fibia bones picture medical anatomy ebay includes a dimensions of 124kb with a resolution of 809px x 1000px which is free to download to your requirements. One in the shaft and one in each extremity.
Tibia labeled falls into a category tibia labeled consisting of various photos inside the format jpg png gif and so many more. When you are taking anatomy and physiology you will be required to know the anatomical structure locations of the tibia and fibula. The tibia os tibia and fibula os fibula are the bones that support the leg.
This quiz is unlabeled so it will test your knowledge on how to identify these structural locations fibula head articular surface lateral condyle medial condyle proximal tibiofibular joint medial malleolus tibial tuberosity etc. Tibia and fibula bone quiz for anatomy and physiology. Anatomy bones body anatomy anatomy study anatomy drawing human skull anatomy human anatomy and physiology dental anatomy medical illustration sphenoid bone this is an original not reproduction vintage 1950s illustration plate capturing the human body.
Start studying tibia bone anatomy. Head medial condyle lateral condyle medial articular surface lateral articular surface intercondylar. The lacrimal bone is the smallest bone of the face and there are 2 such bones each one forming a part of the median wall of the orbital cavity.
Learn vocabulary terms and more with flashcards games and other study tools. Each lacrimal bone articulates with the frontal bone the ethmoid bone the maxilla and the inferior nasal concha. The ossification or formation of the bone starts from three centers.