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ligament: If you’re bored here’s how to break your thumb ligament
ligament: If you’re bored here’s how to break your thumb ligament

If you’re bored here’s how to break your thumb ligament

ligament: Dumbest injury competition? I tore a ligament and chipped a bone in my left ankle trying to change a duvet cover.
ligament: Dumbest injury competition? I tore a ligament and chipped a bone in my left ankle trying to change a duvet cover.

Dumbest injury competition? I tore a ligament and chipped a bone in my left ankle trying to change a duvet cover.

ligament: Sp I broke my index finger and ruptured my ligament at end of that fingr
ligament: Sp I broke my index finger and ruptured my ligament at end of that fingr

Sp I broke my index finger and ruptured my ligament at end of that fingr

ligament: Lulu is happy now her cruciate ligament is fixed.
ligament: Lulu is happy now her cruciate ligament is fixed.

Lulu is happy now her cruciate ligament is fixed.

ligament: Thanks, I hate my thumb ligament
ligament: Thanks, I hate my thumb ligament

Thanks, I hate my thumb ligament

ligament: This little boy has injured his cruciate ligament so he can’t go for walks, hence we used an old pram as a makeshift wheelchair with a little blanket to stay warm so he can enjoy the outdoors!
ligament: This little boy has injured his cruciate ligament so he can’t go for walks, hence we used an old pram as a makeshift wheelchair with a little blanket to stay warm so he can enjoy the outdoors!

This little boy has injured his cruciate ligament so he can’t go for walks, hence we used an old pram as a makeshift wheelchair with a li...

ligament: Found out today Alfie needs crucial ligament surgery, and my mum let him have her spot on the couch tonight as a treat
ligament: Found out today Alfie needs crucial ligament surgery, and my mum let him have her spot on the couch tonight as a treat

Found out today Alfie needs crucial ligament surgery, and my mum let him have her spot on the couch tonight as a treat

ligament: Spent new years in the hospital after an atv accident, 3 broken ribs and a torn ligament
ligament: Spent new years in the hospital after an atv accident, 3 broken ribs and a torn ligament

Spent new years in the hospital after an atv accident, 3 broken ribs and a torn ligament

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ligament: Jugular
 Manutr
 sternu
 Artieuar ite
 Kor nkavicie
 Thorax
 vertebra TI and theretore bas only one articular surtaee
 Like other ribs, th tubercle has a locer for articulation with
 the transverse process The superlor surface of the rib is
 characterized by a distinet tubercle, the scalene tubercte,
 which separates two smooth grooves thar cross the rib
 approximately midway along the shatn. The unterlor
 groove is caused by the sube lavian veln. and the posterior
 groove is caused by the subclavian arteE Anterior und
 posterior to these grooves, the shaft is roughened by
 Sterna
 (manut
 Joint)
 Joints
 Costoverte
 Attactmenr
 ite for rib/
 A typical rib aru
 the bodies of
 the head of
 Articular
 demifacets
 for rib I
 olavt
 tued
 the transver
 CostotrE
 muscle and ligament aattachments.
 between the
 of the related
 ing cach joint is
 extracapular liga
 men
 their
 ribs.
 Rib IL like rib I. is tlat but twice as long. It articulates with
 the vertebral colunn in a way typical of most ribs.
 Rib II
 he transverse process
 colum
 bined
 Articular facets for
 ribs II-V
 Bedy of
 sides of the joint
 Rib X
 are cssentie
 ment is medial to the joint
 of the rib to the truntsverse
 The head of rib X has a
 is own vertebra.
 single facet for articulation with
 during breatrh
 cestotransverse ligament is lateral to the
 Joint with
 bs XI and XII
 nn ttaches the tip of the transverse process to
 the toughened nonarticular part of the tubercle of
 the rib.
 Ps XI and XII articulate only with the bodies of their
 vertebrae and have no tubercles or necks, Both
 are short, have little curve, and are pointed
 the rib articulate with the
 SLS OWn vertebra and with the
 f the vertebra above. This Joint
 vial compartments by an intra-
 h attaches the crest to the adjacent
 The two
 superior
 inferior
 Articular facets
 for rib VII
 Xiphoid
 is divide
 articular
 A third ligament, the superior costotransverse liga-
 ment attaches the superior surface of the neck of the rib
 to the transverse process of the vertebra above.
 process
 Corly
 pum
 ll sternum consists of three major elements: the
 d superiorly positioned manubrium of sternum.
 w and longitudinally oriented body of sternum,
 nall and inferiorly positioned xiphoid process
 Fig. 3.23 Sternum.
 Vertebra
 Joint capsule
 Superior
 costotransverse ligament
 The lateral margins of the body of the sternum ha
 articular facets for costal cartilages. Superiorly, eachi
 margin has a demifacet lor articulation with the infer
 aspect of the second costal cartilage. Inferior to this dem
 Rib
 um of sternum
 Fum of sternum forms part of the bony
 he neck and the thorax.
 later
 Diso
 surface of the manubrium is expandeed
 irs a distinct and palpable notch, the
 suprasternal notch), in the midline.
 ais notch is a large oyal fossa for articu-
 icle. Immediately inferior to this fossa,
 ace of the manubrium, is a facet for
 e first costal cartilage. At the lower
 der is a demifacet for articulation
 / the anterior end of the second
 Intra-articuliaM
 igemere
 costal
 Joint
 cavities
 Vortebra
 Can
 facet are four facets for articulation with the .
 At the inferior end of the body of the sternum is a dem
 facet for articulation with the upper demitacet c
 seventh costal cartilage. The inferior end of the body of t
 lages of ribs III to VI.
 Costotransverse
 Tigament
 sternum is attached to the xiphoid process.
 Lateral
 The xiphoid process is the smallest part of the sternus
 cartilaginous struc
 Xiphoid process
 costotransverse
 Joint with vertebral body
 Its shape is variable: it may be wide, thin, pointed, b
 igament
 um
 curved, or perforated. It begins
 ture, which becomes ossified in the adult. On each s
 as a
 n is flat.
 Costotransverse joint
 side of
 he body of the sternum is often
 that represent lines of fusion
 ents called sternebrae, from
 n arises embryologically.
 its upper lateral margin is a demifacet for articulation w
 Witl
 the inferior end of the seventh costal cartilage,
 Fig. 3.24 Costovertebral joints.
Thought my little friend might belong here too

Thought my little friend might belong here too

ligament: Welp, last 2 cuts of my project, I hit my arm with my saw... Fortunate though, no muscle or ligament, 9 stitches, 30 minutes, and no hospital bills eh?
ligament: Welp, last 2 cuts of my project, I hit my arm with my saw... Fortunate though, no muscle or ligament, 9 stitches, 30 minutes, and no hospital bills eh?

Welp, last 2 cuts of my project, I hit my arm with my saw... Fortunate though, no muscle or ligament, 9 stitches, 30 minutes, and no hosp...

ligament: SKELETAL SYSTEM THE AUDITORY OSSICLES (MEDIAL VIEW) POSTERIOR VIEW ANTERIOR VIEW LATERAL VIEW Frontal bone Pterion Sphenoid bone Eshmoid bene Sagittal suture Parietal bone Parietal bone Frontal bone Coronal suture- Occipital bone Suamous sauture Parietal bene Temporal bone Superior orbital fissure Lacrimal bone Lambdoid Occipital bone Lambdoid suture Nasal bone Supraorbital notch gomatic bone Superior nuchal line Enternal Nasal bone ipital protuberance Zygomatic Temporal bone Erternal acoustie Inferior orbital fissure Lacrimal bone Inferior uchal line Marilla Infraorbital foramen Masteid process Mandible Marilla Mental foramen Hyoid boneClavidle Styloid process Mastoid process omer Mandible Mental foramen Supraspinous fossa Scapular spine Mandible- Acromion Clavicle Manabrium Spinous process Clavicle Manabrian st rib Scapla Coracoid process Greater tubercle Greater tubercle Scapula Lesser Body of Scapula Humerus Hamerus Costal Infraspinoas cartilage Humers Rib Xiphoid process Medial epicondyle Pesterior superior alac spine Olecranon Coronoid fossa Capitulam 12th rib fossa Medial epicondyle Lateral picondyle Lateral iac crest epicondyle Trochlea Posterior inferior liae spine Head of radius Anterior superier Ischial spine Radius Posterior saperior iliac spine Sacral promonstory Sacruw Interertebral- Greater trochanter Una Radius Greater sciatic notch Ischial spine Coceyr niac crest trochanter Pubis Gluteal tuberosity Anterior superior iac spine Obturator foramen Lesser seiatic Pubis Carpals Carpals Ischial fuberosity Pubic symplysis Coccyr Pbie sywplysis Pubic tuberdle schial fuberosity Head Metacarpals Metacarpals Head of femur Phalanges Phalanges Lateral Fewur /epicondyle Lesser Neck of femur Lateral /condyle Posterior mewiscofeoral gment /Fewur Patellar surface ef femur Lines aspera Medial condyle Feur Ischiu Medial epicondyle Anterior Medial epicondyle Popliteal surfuce - Lateral epicondyle Lateral condyle Intercondylar fassa Patela Patella picondyle Lateral picondyle Lateral epicondyle Lateral condyle Medial Medial Leteral Lateral Medial condyie Lateral Medial condyle Mndial collateral ligament Lateral collateral tigament Lateral condyle Medial tibial Posterior Patelar ligament Head of Medial condyle Seleal line Medial collateral ligament Patelila Head of bwla Fibwla Fibula Tibial taberosity Tibia FEMUR CROSS KNEE JOINT Tibia KNEE JOINT (POSTERIORVIEW) Tiig SECTION (ANTERIOR VIEW) Cancellous bone Fibeda Medial malleolus Lateral Navicular Medial malleolas Epiphysis Intermediate cHneiform Talus malleolus Lateral malleolus Calcaneus Lateral cuneiform Caleaneus Periosteww Cuboid Nutrient foramen Medullary cavity HAND (DORSAL VIEW) HAND (PALMAR VIEW) FOOT (DORSAL VIEW) FOOT (PLANTAR VIEW) Radius Blood Radius Ulna Talus Saphoid Capitate Soophoid Body of talus Neck of talus Head of talus Lanate Una Caleaneus Tarsals Yellow Triquetrum- Trapesium Trapezoid Sesamoid marrow Lanate Trapeziam Cuboid Lateral cuneiforw Navicular Compact Triquetrum Carpals Trapesoid Pisiform Nrvicalar Hamate Medial cuneiform Metacarpal bones Cuboid Hamate Medial cuneiforw Intermediate cuneiforw Hook of hamate Metatarsals Prorimal phalane Prarimal phalane Intermediate cuneiform Capitate Prorimal phalanr Middle phalane Lateral cuneiform Distal phalan Sesamoid Distal AMala Middle phalanr Distal phalane Prorimal phalanr Distal phalane Happy happy Spooktoba
ligament: SKELETAL SYSTEM
 THE
 AUDITORY
 OSSICLES
 (MEDIAL VIEW)
 POSTERIOR VIEW
 ANTERIOR VIEW
 LATERAL VIEW
 Frontal bone
 Pterion
 Sphenoid bone
 Eshmoid bene
 Sagittal suture
 Parietal bone
 Parietal bone
 Frontal bone
 Coronal suture-
 Occipital bone
 Suamous sauture
 Parietal bene
 Temporal
 bone
 Superior orbital
 fissure
 Lacrimal bone
 Lambdoid
 Occipital bone
 Lambdoid suture
 Nasal bone
 Supraorbital notch
 gomatic bone
 Superior
 nuchal line
 Enternal
 Nasal bone
 ipital
 protuberance
 Zygomatic
 Temporal bone
 Erternal acoustie
 Inferior orbital
 fissure
 Lacrimal bone
 Inferior
 uchal line
 Marilla
 Infraorbital foramen
 Masteid
 process
 Mandible
 Marilla
 Mental
 foramen
 Hyoid boneClavidle
 Styloid process
 Mastoid process
 omer
 Mandible
 Mental foramen
 Supraspinous fossa
 Scapular spine
 Mandible-
 Acromion Clavicle
 Manabrium
 Spinous
 process
 Clavicle
 Manabrian
 st rib
 Scapla
 Coracoid
 process
 Greater
 tubercle
 Greater tubercle
 Scapula
 Lesser
 Body of
 Scapula
 Humerus
 Hamerus
 Costal
 Infraspinoas
 cartilage
 Humers
 Rib
 Xiphoid process
 Medial
 epicondyle
 Pesterior superior
 alac spine
 Olecranon
 Coronoid
 fossa
 Capitulam
 12th rib
 fossa
 Medial epicondyle
 Lateral
 picondyle
 Lateral
 iac crest
 epicondyle
 Trochlea
 Posterior inferior
 liae spine
 Head of radius
 Anterior superier
 Ischial spine
 Radius
 Posterior saperior
 iliac spine
 Sacral promonstory
 Sacruw
 Interertebral-
 Greater
 trochanter
 Una
 Radius
 Greater sciatic
 notch
 Ischial spine
 Coceyr
 niac crest
 trochanter
 Pubis
 Gluteal
 tuberosity
 Anterior superior
 iac spine
 Obturator
 foramen
 Lesser seiatic
 Pubis
 Carpals
 Carpals
 Ischial
 fuberosity
 Pubic
 symplysis
 Coccyr
 Pbie
 sywplysis
 Pubic tuberdle
 schial
 fuberosity
 Head
 Metacarpals
 Metacarpals
 Head of femur
 Phalanges
 Phalanges
 Lateral
 Fewur
 /epicondyle
 Lesser
 Neck of
 femur
 Lateral
 /condyle
 Posterior
 mewiscofeoral
 gment
 /Fewur
 Patellar
 surface
 ef femur
 Lines aspera
 Medial condyle
 Feur
 Ischiu
 Medial
 epicondyle
 Anterior
 Medial epicondyle
 Popliteal surfuce
 - Lateral epicondyle
 Lateral condyle
 Intercondylar fassa
 Patela
 Patella
 picondyle
 Lateral
 picondyle
 Lateral
 epicondyle
 Lateral
 condyle
 Medial
 Medial
 Leteral
 Lateral
 Medial
 condyie
 Lateral
 Medial
 condyle
 Mndial
 collateral
 ligament
 Lateral
 collateral
 tigament
 Lateral
 condyle
 Medial
 tibial
 Posterior
 Patelar
 ligament
 Head of
 Medial
 condyle
 Seleal line
 Medial
 collateral
 ligament
 Patelila
 Head of
 bwla
 Fibwla
 Fibula
 Tibial
 taberosity
 Tibia
 FEMUR CROSS
 KNEE JOINT
 Tibia
 KNEE JOINT
 (POSTERIORVIEW)
 Tiig
 SECTION
 (ANTERIOR VIEW)
 Cancellous bone
 Fibeda
 Medial
 malleolus
 Lateral
 Navicular
 Medial malleolas
 Epiphysis
 Intermediate
 cHneiform
 Talus
 malleolus
 Lateral malleolus
 Calcaneus
 Lateral
 cuneiform
 Caleaneus
 Periosteww
 Cuboid
 Nutrient
 foramen
 Medullary
 cavity
 HAND (DORSAL VIEW)
 HAND (PALMAR VIEW)
 FOOT (DORSAL VIEW)
 FOOT (PLANTAR VIEW)
 Radius
 Blood
 Radius
 Ulna
 Talus
 Saphoid
 Capitate
 Soophoid
 Body of talus
 Neck of talus
 Head of talus
 Lanate
 Una
 Caleaneus
 Tarsals
 Yellow
 Triquetrum-
 Trapesium
 Trapezoid
 Sesamoid
 marrow
 Lanate
 Trapeziam
 Cuboid
 Lateral
 cuneiforw
 Navicular
 Compact
 Triquetrum
 Carpals
 Trapesoid
 Pisiform
 Nrvicalar
 Hamate
 Medial
 cuneiform
 Metacarpal
 bones
 Cuboid
 Hamate
 Medial
 cuneiforw
 Intermediate
 cuneiforw
 Hook of
 hamate
 Metatarsals
 Prorimal
 phalane
 Prarimal
 phalane
 Intermediate
 cuneiform
 Capitate
 Prorimal
 phalanr
 Middle
 phalane
 Lateral
 cuneiform
 Distal
 phalan
 Sesamoid
 Distal
 AMala
 Middle
 phalanr
 Distal
 phalane
 Prorimal
 phalanr
 Distal
 phalane
Happy happy Spooktoba

Happy happy Spooktoba

ligament: Do our internal organs jiggle as we walk? on 14 hours ago nostupidquestions 97% upvoted 8434 points 496 comments 78 points 14 hours ago Yup, a lil bit. Our intestines wobble about our peritoneum, our lungs wobble about our pleura, and our heart wobbles around our pericardium. J077 points 11 hours ago . 3 3 Organs not only jiggle but also rip, tear, fracture, shred, rupture, liquify.. Going in a car, get into a crash with a concrete barrier, car decelerates to zero. You still move at 60mph, until your seatbelt catches you and your airbag helps bleed off energy. You're organs still move inside until they slam against immobile bone, fat or muscle. Your heart hits your ribs, bruises, and bleeds into its protective sack until it can't pump: cardiac tamponade. Your intestines squish and can pop like a balloon releasing poop into your abdomen. Your liver has the same consistency as canned cat food, it can tear apart like you took the cat food out started to throw it like a frisbee and gave it a sharp stop. Your major blood vessel, your aorta, has a dried up ligament that you used as a blood vessel as a fetus. Think of a stout rubber band anchoring a cooked tube of spaghetti- itll rip a chunk out of the vessel wall when it reaches its rebound limit. Your brain's blood vessel rupture since your heavy brain is rocketing off the inside of your skull. They start dumping blood into a closed area. Your heart senses backpressure so jacks up your blood pressure to get past the resistance. Blood floods out faster. Cycle repeats and pressure builds until your brain is squeezed out the hole in your skull base like toothpaste. Trauma etiology is fascinating. ads 3333 points 11 hours ago Please excuse me while I wrap everything on earth in foam and bubble wrap now, thanks. Thanks, I hate everything in the world that could even remotely injure me
ligament: Do our internal organs jiggle as we walk?
 on 14 hours ago nostupidquestions 97% upvoted
 8434 points
 496 comments
 78 points 14 hours ago
 Yup, a lil bit. Our intestines wobble about our peritoneum, our lungs wobble
 about our pleura, and our heart wobbles around our pericardium.
 J077 points 11 hours ago . 3
 3
 Organs not only jiggle but also rip, tear, fracture, shred, rupture, liquify..
 Going in a car, get into a crash with a concrete barrier, car decelerates to
 zero. You still move at 60mph, until your seatbelt catches you and your
 airbag helps bleed off energy.
 You're organs still move inside until they slam against immobile bone, fat
 or muscle.
 Your heart hits your ribs, bruises, and bleeds into its protective sack until
 it can't pump: cardiac tamponade.
 Your intestines squish and can pop like a balloon releasing poop into your
 abdomen.
 Your liver has the same consistency as canned cat food, it can tear apart
 like you took the cat food out started to throw it like a frisbee and gave it
 a sharp stop.
 Your major blood vessel, your aorta, has a dried up ligament that you used
 as a blood vessel as a fetus. Think of a stout rubber band anchoring a
 cooked tube of spaghetti- itll rip a chunk out of the vessel wall when it
 reaches its rebound limit.
 Your brain's blood vessel rupture since your heavy brain is rocketing off
 the inside of your skull. They start dumping blood into a closed area. Your
 heart senses backpressure so jacks up your blood pressure to get past the
 resistance. Blood floods out faster. Cycle repeats and pressure builds until
 your brain is squeezed out the hole in your skull base like toothpaste.
 Trauma etiology is fascinating.
 ads 3333 points 11 hours ago
 Please excuse me while I wrap everything on earth in foam and bubble
 wrap now, thanks.
Thanks, I hate everything in the world that could even remotely injure me

Thanks, I hate everything in the world that could even remotely injure me

ligament: Roxie is a rare pupper because she's missing a ligament in one ear giving her permanent floppy ear ♥️
ligament: Roxie is a rare pupper because she's missing a ligament in one ear giving her permanent floppy ear ♥️

Roxie is a rare pupper because she's missing a ligament in one ear giving her permanent floppy ear ♥️

ligament: Post-ligament tear surgery and she’s giving the evil face to the donut pillow cone whenever she gets a chance 😈
ligament: Post-ligament tear surgery and she’s giving the evil face to the donut pillow cone whenever she gets a chance 😈

Post-ligament tear surgery and she’s giving the evil face to the donut pillow cone whenever she gets a chance 😈