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Biomedical Engineering Anatomy Vocab

Subject : engineering
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1. The 'cup' in which the 'ball' on the head of the femur turns






2. Formation of red blood cells occurring in the bone marrow






3. Bones irregular in shape (eg. vertebrae)






4. The hole in the lower pelvis






5. Above/on top






6. Tensor Fasciae Latae origin






7. Opening through a bone






8. Iliopsoas insertion






9. Gluteus Minimum insertion






10. Semimembranosus origin






11. Plane cutting the body into left and right






12. Knob or enlargement






13. The ribs and sternum






14. LCL






15. Closer to the trunk






16. The lower back of the pelvis






17. Arm- like branch off the body of a bone






18. Notch for the sciatic nerves on the inside of the pelvis






19. Away from midline






20. Towards the midline






21. The clavicle and scapula






22. Bones embedded in tendons (eg. patella)






23. Smooth - rounded - arched surface






24. Gluteus Maximus origin






25. Lighter pelvis






26. Towards the front of the body






27. Towards the back of the body






28. PCL






29. Biceps Femoris origin






30. Below/underneath






31. MCL






32. Larger pubic arch






33. The upper - lateral edge of the Ilium






34. Vastus Medialis origin






35. The main portion of a bone






36. Iliopsoas origin






37. Smaller pubic arch






38. ACL






39. Roughly 90






40. Semtendinosus origin






41. Cartilaginous joint between the the two coxae of the pelvis; allows some expansion of the pelvis during childbirth






42. Sartorius origin






43. All bones but those in the hips - shoulders - and limbs






44. The top edge of the Ilium






45. Tendon below the patella






46. Prominent ridge






47. Adductor - Adductor Magnus Gracilis origin






48. Bones longer in one direction (eg. femur)






49. Tensor Fasciae Latae insertion






50. Gluetus Medius insertion