Skeletal System illustrations

Skeletal System illustrations. In the first place these illustrations are focused on the human skeletal system. Essentially this structure supports the most important internal organs and obviously soft tissues. We can also say that the skeleton is the set of bony pieces that provides the human body with a firm multifunctional structure. Less and except for the hyoid bone, which is separated from the skeleton. Consequently all bones are articulated to each other, supported by complementary connective structures such as ligaments, tendons, muscles and cartilage.

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ilustracion vista Frontal del Craneo humano

Ilustraciones Sistema Esquelético, Ilustracion de un craneo humano con vista lateral

Ilustraciones Sistema Esquelético, ilustracion vista posterior del Craneo humano

Ilustraciones Sistema Esquelético, ilustracion-vista-frontal-costillas-humanas

Ilustraciones Sistema Esquelético, clavicula-del-cuerpo-humano-ilustracion

ilustracion-anatomia-omoplato-vista-posterior

ilustracion-anatomia-omoplato-vista-lateral

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ilustracion-anatomia-Omoplato-fronta

ilustracion-anatomia-hueso-Humero

ilustracion-anatomia-hueso-radial

ilustracion-anatomia-los-huesos-de-la-mano

ilustracion-Vertebras-Cervicales-frontale

ilustracion-Vertebras-Cervicales-laterales

ilustracion-Vertebras-Cervicales-posterior

Columna-vertebral-Frontal-ilustracion

columna-vertebral-Lateral-ilustracion

ilustracion-columna-vertebral-vista-posterior

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ilustracion-Vertebras-dorsales

ilustracion-Vertebras-lumbares

ilustracion-Sacro-vista-Frontal

ilustracion-Sacro-vista-lateral

ilustracion-sacro-vista-posterior

ilustracion-huesos-de-la-cadera-humana

 

 

 

 

 

 

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huesos-de-la-cadera-humana-ilustracion

ilustracion-femur-y-cadera

Articulación coxofemoral de cadera y fémur.

ilustracion-de-cadera-y-femur

ilustracion-estructura-interior-Cabeza-Femur

anatomia-interna-del-femur-hueso

ilustracion-capas-del-hueso-femur

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ilustracion de la rodilla en vista frontal

Ilustración de la rodilla en vista lateral

Ilustración de la rodilla en vista posterior

ilustracion-anatomia-de-la-rodilla-frontal

ilustracion-anatomia-de-la-rodilla

ilustracion-tibia-y-perones

ilustracion-Vista-frontal-del-pie-humano

ilustracion-Vista-lateral-del-pie-humano

 

 

 

 

 

 

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vista-lateral-del-pie-

ilustracion-crecimiento-del-hueso-humano

estructura-del-cartilago

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bone structures

In fact, the human bone structure is composed of 206 bones, 80 axial bones, including bones of the head, face, ribs and sternum. Also 126 appendicular bones, among which are found; Arms, shoulders, wrists, hands, legs, and feet. Obviously the skeletal bone is a structure of the vertebrates. For that reason, in Biology, the skeleton is any rigid or semi-rigid structure that supports and also provides the basic morphology of the body, some facial cartilages (nasal, auricular, etc.) should also be considered as part of the skeleton.

First we have 2 different types of bones, compact and spongy. The compact bones form the outermost and hardest layer of the bones, this type of bone makes up 80% of the bone mass. They also provide protection, support and resists the efforts that occur in the movements. Then the spongy bones form the major part of the vertebral body, consist of a network called trabeculae. Within each trabecula are the cells that receive the nutrients directly from the blood circulating in our body.