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Front Back
farthes away from the rest of the body (midline)
distal
canine
canines(1)
cavity inside bone - contains marrow
medullary cavity
front part
pubis
holes or cavities
sinuses
cranium + jaw
Cranial
smaller bone on the lower leg
fibula
toward the tail (coccyx)
caudal
lower-below / bottom
inferior
cheeks/nose (sinuses)
maxillary sinuses
dead person or remains of a dead person
Decedent
limit the head from turning
C1 + C2 (vertebrae)
an attempt to tighten up methodologies used in forensics, scientific method, standardized, establishes basic criteria for doing forensics
The Daubert case
2sides of the cranium
parietal
suture that articulates the frontal
coronal
triangular bone behind ear
mastaid pocess
cheekbone
zygomatic arch
collarbone
clavicle
cheek
buccal
everything below cranial
Post Cranial
articulates the occital Bone to perietal
lamdoidal
fleshy bone of foot
metatarsals
hole where your nose is
nasal apeture
temples
temporal
limits what you can do,
Articulation
towards the tongue
lingual
upper arm bone
humerus
the study of the bones of the skeleton
osteology
atlas
vertebrae c1
looking at body parts under microscope (m.analysis)
Histology
wear between the teeth
interstitial
the socket on the pubic bone
acetabulun
fuse bones together
sutures
top of cranium
sagittal
the part you\'re sitting on - bottom
ischium
neck: c1 - c7
cervical vertebrae (7)
shaft
diaphysis
knee cap
patella
neck area
nuchal
behind-towafs the back
posterior
eyeglases bone
nasal bones
shoulder blade
Scapula
axis
vertebrae c2
tail bone - tells you whether you\'re an ape or a human
coccyx
peristaltic to temporal(dental)-direction
squamosal
looking at visual characteristics of the body
Anthroposcopy
in front of temporal bone
sphenoid
first(2)
incisors(2)
the center of skull - from front to back
saggital plane
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