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The appendicular skeleton is composed of 126 bones in the human body.
These remains include 28 vertebrae and elements of the appendicular skeleton.
The appendicular skeleton is divided into six major regions:
These are the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton.
The axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton together form the complete skeleton.
The appendicular skeleton contains the fore and hindlimbs.
Unlike the axial skeleton, the appendicular skeleton is unfused.
These bones are organized into a longitudinal axis, the axial skeleton, to which the appendicular skeleton is attached.
The appendicular skeleton forms during development from cartlilage, by the process of endochondral ossification.
Numerous other bones have been found, mainly caudal vertebrae but also dorsals and elements of the appendicular skeleton.
The Axioappendicular muscles are the muscles that extend between the axial and (superior or inferior) appendicular skeletons.
Other symptoms such an inflammation in eyes and axial and appendicular skeleton, lymphadenopathy and splenomegaly, are less common.
The specimen, consisting of very fragmentary elements of the skull, the axial and the appendicular skeletons, was described by Coria et al. in late 1998.
In 1867 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society for his work "On the Appendicular skeleton of the Primates".
The second specimen, TUTg 1798 is a more complete fossil consisting of most of the turtle's axial and appendicular skeleton.
Horses have 205 bones, which are divided into the appendicular skeleton (the legs) and the axial skeleton (the skull, vertebral column, sternum, and ribs).
The appendicular skeleton (126 bones) is formed by the pectoral girdles, the upper limbs, the pelvic girdle or pelvis, and the lower limbs .
One of the major changes in the appendicular skeleton during the transition from water to land was a shift in locomotory dominance from pectoral to pelvic appendages.
R.2175, and consist of the partial and fragmentary skeletons of at least two individuals, containing elements of the skull, the lower jaws, the vertebrae and the appendicular skeleton.
UFRJ DG 50-R (holotype): a partially complete and articulated skeleton, including a nearly complete skull and partially preserved axial and appendicular skeletons.
Axial osteomalacia is a rare osteosclerotic disorder characterized by axial skeleton pain, coarsening of the trabecular bone pattern on radiographs of the axial but not appendicular skeleton.
Overall, however, other aspects of the appendicular skeleton, dental characters, and cranial characters strongly suggest that Akidolestes falls well within the Spalacotherioidea and does represent an early branch of theriiform mammal.
She analyzed healed fractures of the skull and appendicular skeleton and found that almost 21% of adults had at least one healed fracture and that the skull was the most frequently injured region of the body.
The remains (MIWG1997.550), consisting of assorted skull, axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton elements, from a juvenile or subadult, found in a plant debris clay bed, were described by Hutt et al. in early 2001.
While the disease can affect people (or animals) of any age, unlike most other forms of skeletal system cancer, it is more common among older people than among children, and more often affects the axial skeleton than the appendicular skeleton.