Thehuman body is made up of a musculoskeletal system that aids with theprocess of stability support and movement. The general makeup iscomposed of cartilages, tendons, muscles, ligaments. Joints and theskeleton that bind body organs and tissues together. The skeleton isan important part in the provision of support and movement thisprocess. These bones on the human skeleton involve:
Thehuman skull is formed from coming up of some bones. These bonesinclude:
Isa bone that makes up the upper part of the eye socket front sectionof the skull
Thisis an unpaired bone which forms the base of the cranium just belowthe brains front part and behind the eye.
Thisbone consists of four parts, and that is the mastoid, petrous,tympanic and the squamous and located in the context of the side ofthe human skull, therefore, enclosing the inner and middle ear.
Thisis a bone through which the spinal code passed and forms the backbase of the skull
Thebone found in the upper back and central side of each side of theskull
Thisis the square-like shaped bone at the root of the nose
Theseare the bone structure of the prominent part of the cheek locatedoutside the eye socket.
Theseare bones located on the spinal code and named according to theirorder of occurrences examples are
Cervicalvertebrae C1 – C7
Theseare seven bones making up the neck
Thoracicvertebrae T1 – T12
Theseare twelve bones located on the upper back and making up each ribpair
Lumbarvertebrae are L1 – L5
Theseare five bones making up the lower back
Theseare five bones usually fused together to form the sacrum
Theseare four bones fused to make the coccyx or tail bone
Theseare joints and bones that help in the provision of support andmovement to human beings. The bones at these region involve:
Thesternum’s upper part attached to the cartilage connected to tworibs through the process of articulation of the clavicles.
Thispart articulates with coastal of the second through the seventh ribs
Acartilage which turns to bone at a person’s adulthood.
Theseare twelve pairs of curved bones which assist in giving the thoraciccavity its shape and protects parts such as the lungs.
Itis a composition of each and every bone of the backbone to which therib is attached
PECTORALGIRDLE AND UPPER LIMB
Thissection is associated with the shoulders and the arms as a whole. Thebones associated are composed of:
Acentral bone that articulates with the clavicles
Theseare two flat triangle like shapes forming the back side of theshoulder
Eachof the two bones in the human body articulating the sternum and thescapula
Abone on the upper part of the arm creating a joints on the elbow andshoulders
Itis referred to as the shorter of the two bones found on the humanforearm
Thisis the longer bone among the two found on the human forearm
THEPELVIC GIRDLE AND LOWER LIMB
Theseare bodies that provide support to the lower side of the body. Thebones are composed of:
Theseare the broad bones that form the upper part of each half’s of thepelvis
Theseis the curved bone which forms the base of all pelvis half
Eitherchoice of bone that forms two sides of the pelvis
Thisis the middle line uniting the superior rami of the right and theleft pubic bones
Itis a rectangular shaped bone on the lower back that is formed fromfused vertebrae
BONESASSOCIATED WITH JOINTS
Provehelpful on some movement cartilaginous joints
Thehead connects to joints, therefore, helping with movement
Throughall these bones the process of movement, support, and posture is wellmaintained therefore enabling the proper exciting of role andfunctions of the body system.