Procedure Bthe Lower Limb

1. Review a textbook section on the lower limb.

2. As a review activity, label figures 16.3, 16.4, 16.5, and 16.6.

Figure 16.1 Label the posterior bones of the pelvis.

Linea Aspera Del Femur

3. Examine the bones of the lower limb and locate each of the following:

femur head fovea capitis neck greater trochanter lesser trochanter linea aspera lateral condyle medial condyle lateral epicondyle medial epicondyle patella tibia medial condyle lateral condyle tibial tuberosity anterior crest medial malleolus fibula head lateral malleolus tarsal bones talus calcaneus navicular cuboid lateral cuneiform intermediate cuneiform medial cuneiform metatarsal bones phalanges proximal phalanx middle phalanx distal phalanx 4. Complete Parts B and C of the laboratory report.

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Linea Aspera Femur
Figure 16.3 Label the features of (a) the anterior surface and (b) the posterior surface of the left femur. -1
Tibia And Fibula Label

Figure 16.4 Label the bones and features of the left tibia and fibula in this anterior view.

Figure 16.4 Label the bones and features of the left tibia and fibula in this anterior view.

Left Tibia And Fibula Anterior View

Figure 16.5 Label the bones and features of the right knee, posterior view.

Labeled Right Knee Bones Posterior View

Figure 16.6 Label the bones of (a) the medial surface and (b) the superior surface of the left foot.

Figure 16.6 Label the bones of (a) the medial surface and (b) the superior surface of the left foot.

Medial Surface The Left Foot Labeled
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