Skeletal System Anatomy. These illustrations are focused on the human skeletal system. Essentially, the structure supports the most important internal organs and the soft tissues. We can also say that the skeleton is the set of bony parts that provide the human body with a firm multifunctional structure, except for the hyoid bone, which is separate from the skeleton. Therefore all bones are articulated with each other, supported by complementary connective structures such as ligaments, tendons, muscles, and cartilage.


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Cráneo Vista Lateral
Skull Lateral view
Cráneo Vista Frontal
Skull Frontal view
Cráneo vista frontal lateral y posterior
Skull lateral and posterior frontal view
cráneo y vertebras cervicales
Skull and cervical
Vista frontal vertebras cervicales
Vertebrae Frontal view
Vista posterior vertebras cervicales
Vertebrae Posterior view









Vertebras Cervicales laterales
Cervicales laterales
Omóplato vista posterior
Scapula posterior view
Omóplato vista frontal
Scapula front view
Anatomía de la Clavícula
Clavicle Anatomy
Vista frontal le las Costillas humanas
Ribs front view
Omóplato vista lateral
Scapula Lateral view









hueso hioides
Hyoid bone
Huesos del oído medio
Bones of the middle ear
Estructura del hueso
Bone structure
Estructura anatómica del cartílago
Anatomical structure of cartilage
La producción de células sanguíneas
Blood cells
Estructura interna del hueso largo
The Femur









Sección interna Fémur
The Femur
Crecimiento del hueso
Bone growth
Disección del hueso Fémur
Femur Bone
Hueso Humero
Humerus bone
hueso radial y cubital
Radial and ulnar
Huesos de la mano
Bones of the hand
Mano cartílago normal
Hand cartilage
Columna vertebras frontales
Frontal vertebrae










Columna vertebral Laterales
Columna vertebral posterior
Clasificación Columna vertebral
Vertebral classification
Vertebras lumbares y sacro
Lumbar vertebrae and sacrum
Vertebras lumbares
Lumbar vertebrae
Sacro Vista Frontal
Sacrum Front View
Sacro Vista lateral
Lateral Sacrum









Sacro Vista Posterior
Sacrum Posterior View
Anatomía de la Cadera
Hip Anatomy
Cadera cabeza fémur
Hip and femur
cabeza fémur
Femoral head
El fémur
The femur
Visión frontal y posterior del Fémur
Front Posterior
Rodilla Vista frontal
Knee front
Rodilla Vista posterior
Posterior knee









Rodilla vista lateral
Lateral view
Ligamentos de la rodilla
Ligaments of the knee
la rodilla
The knee
Cartílago rodilla Normal
The cartilage
Rodilla sana
Articular cartilage
Huesos tibia y perone
Tibia and fibula
El pie Vista lateral
The foot’s internal lateral view









Vista frontal pie
Foot front view
Vista lateral del pie
External lateral view of the foot









Bone structures

Illustrations Skeletal System. In these illustrations, we can see that the human bone structure is made up of 206 bones, 80 axial bones, among which are the bones of the head, face, ribs, and sternum. Also 126 appendicular bones, among which are; arms, shoulders, wrists, hands, legs, and feet. The bone skeleton is a structure typical of vertebrates. For this reason, in Biology, the skeleton is any rigid or semi-rigid structure that provides support and also provides the basic morphology of the body; some facial cartilages (nasal, auricular, etc.) should also be considered part of the skeleton.

First of all, we have 2 different types of bones, compact and spongy. Compact bones form the outer and hardest layer of bones; this type of bone makes up 80% of bone mass. They also provide protection, and support and resist the efforts that occur during movements. Next, the spongy bones form the majority of the vertebral body, they consist of a network called trabeculae. Within each trabecula are cells that directly receive nutrients from the blood that circulates through our body.