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Biomedical Engineering Anatomy Vocab

Subject : engineering
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1. Arm- like branch off the body of a bone






2. Biceps Femoris origin






3. Plane cutting the body into left and right






4. ACL






5. Below/underneath






6. Bones smaller in one direction than in the others (eg. sternum)






7. Vastus Medialis origin






8. Towards the midline






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






10. The upper - lateral edge of the Ilium






11. Smooth - rounded - arched surface






12. Tensor Fasciae Latae origin






13. Above/on top






14. Adductor - Adductor Magnus Gracilis origin






15. Smaller pubic arch






16. Gluteus Minimum insertion






17. The fan - like upper part of the pelvis






18. The ribs and sternum






19. Tendon above the patella






20. The lower back of the pelvis






21. The top edge of the Ilium






22. Tendon below the patella






23. The clavicle and scapula






24. Gluteus Maximus insertion






25. Prominent ridge






26. Plane cutting the body horizontally - into upper and lower body






27. Knob or enlargement






28. PCL






29. Roughly 90






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






31. Rectus Femoris origin






32. Opening through a bone






33. Iliopsoas insertion






34. Gluetus Medius insertion






35. Towards the front of the body






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






37. Broad - shallow - depressed area






38. Away from midline






39. Closer to the trunk






40. Bones embedded in tendons (eg. patella)






41. Larger pubic arch






42. Lighter pelvis






43. The main portion of a bone






44. Vastus Intermedius origin






45. Bones the same dimension in all directions (eg. carpals)






46. A relatively long - thin projection or bump






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






48. Vastus Lateralis origin






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






50. LCL