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'I', 'J' & 'K' Anatomy
Can you pick the correct anatomical structures beginning with 'I', 'J' or 'K' which match each description?
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Consists of two bones, either upper or lower, which forms the framework of the mouth.
An area where two bones connect. Varieties include 'ball and socket' and 'hinge'.
The middle portion of the small intestine after the duodenum.
The lower part of the throat just above the breastbone.
The third and final section of the small intestine before the caecum.
The largest and uppermost bone of the pelvis; one on each side.
When sitting, this is the bone in the pelvis that the body primarily rests upon; one on each side.
The coloured, contractile part of the eye in which the pupil is located.
Term which refers to the combination of two muscles at their lower end: the psoas major and the iliacus.
One of the three small bones within the middle ear of which the common name is 'anvil'.
A generic term for the digestive tract between the stomach and the rectum, otherwise known as the bowels.
The constriction between organs or the narrowing of an anatomical structure; among others it is found in the thyroid gland and the throat.
The part of an organ or cavity which is shaped like a funnel, perhaps most notably found at one end of the Fallopian tubes.
One of the eight chisel-edged front teeth in humans which are used for cutting and snipping food.
________ disc - one of these should reside between each of the bones in the spine acting as a shock absorber. They can degenerate or become prolapsed.
________ of Langerhans - located in the pancreas, the alpha cells produce glucagon and the beta cells produce insulin.
One of a pair or organs that filter waste from the blood and regulate the balance of salts, body pH and blood pressure.
This fibrous protein is a key element in the structure and composition of hair, nails and the outer layer of skin.
Structure in the leg which allows the femur and the tibia to articulate protected by the patella on the front.
The joint between a phalanx and a phalanx or between a metacarpal and a phalanx.
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