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Divisions of Skeletal System - Human Anatomy - Lecture Notes

Lecture notes, Anatomy

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Anatomy
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Divisions of Skeletal System, Axial Skeleton, Appendicular Skeleton, Types of Bones, Bone Surface Markings, Sphenoidal Sinuses, Alveolar Process with Alveoli, Features of Skull are some points f this lecture. This lecture handout was provided by lecturer in Human Anatomy class. Important terms are bold in this handout. Few terms of the lecture are given above.

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