#Club75 | First-Aid Education | Anatomy | Osteology Human bons | Lesson-01 | by @doctorstrips

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#Club75 | First-Aid Education | Anatomy | Osteology Human bons | Lesson-01 | by @doctorstrips

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Osteology or skeleton is the most important organ or bone structure of the human body, which protects or acts as a security for all the organs of the body including the movement of moving and moving energy throughout the body.

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Somewhere in osteology there is a cartilage connection with these bones. The muscles are attached to these bones to move and move. Again, one bone is connected to the other through a joint, without which the muscles would not be able to move.

[Axial Skeleton]

Osteology The bones of the head, face, and trunk of the human body are collectively called the axial skeleton.

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The bones in the axial skeleton are-

(1) Skull bones
(2) Vertebral column
(3) Chest bones or ribs or Throx or sternum and ribs and
(4) Hyoid bone

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[The bones of the hands and feet]

The bones of hands

(1) The trigeminal or scapula
(2) Clavicle
(3) Arm bone or Humerus
(4) The two bones of the cell or Radius and Ulna
(5) Carpal bone
(6) Metacarpal bone or Metacarpal bone and
(6) Finger bones or phalanges

The bones of leg-

(1) The pelvis
(2) femur
(3) Two bones of the foot or Tibia and Fibula
(4) Tarsal bones and
(5) Metatarsal bones or metatarsal bines

[Skull]

The most important and valuable organ in the skull of osteology is the brain which preserves the whole. Wrap it around with hard bones. From birth these bones are soft or in the form of cartilage. Which subsequently assumes a harder and harder shape over time.

It can be divided into two parts.

(1) Cranial bones and
(2) Facial bones

[1.Cranial bones]

It holds all the brain. It surrounds the head in a round shape at the top. Placed down on the brain again. Inside these bones is the base of the brain.

The bones of the head have several parts-

(1) Frontal bone - 1 bone is located in front of the head. It protects some parts of the brain.

(2) Pariental bone - 2 bones are on both sides of the head. These are the two bones in the head above the two ears. These protect the brain.

(3) Occipital bone - has 1 bone. Which is at the back of the head. It holds the scalp of the head. It also protects every part of the head including the brain.

(4) Temporal bone - 2 on the right and left side of the head. The position of these two bones above the two ears. It also protects the brain.

(5) Sphenoid bone- which looks a lot like a butterfly. There are many nerve and artery holes at the base of the brain and in between.

(6) Ethmoid bone- It is light sponge type bone. Which forms part of the nose and part of the eye socket. The cartilage in the nose forms the septum of the posterior bone.

[2.Facial bones]

In osteology, the facial bone contains cartilage on the upper part of the two nasal bones.On both sides are two palateine ​​bones which form a roof over the upper jaw inside the mouth. They form the base of the nose.

There are two lacrimal bones so that there are two lacrimal ducts from the lacrimal gland. With which tears fall. Tears come out through this duct.

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There are two zygomatic bones which form part of high hard bones on both sides of the cheek.There is a Vomer- which is attached to the Ethmoid and forms the hard part of the side of the nose.

The two upper jaw bones or maxilla are attached to the teeth of the upper jaw. Palatine bones are attached to the front. It has two maxillary sinuses on both sides so that infection occurs during colds. These two eyes form some part of the bottom of the cavity.

[Conclusion]

In the analysis of osteology, the organs of the human body are arranged in a very complex way. An organ is inextricably linked with another organ, which is discovered by the giver.

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