Easy To Remember Bones of The Body

The body is not made up of one part but of many… If one part suffers, every part suffers with it. – 1 Corinthians 12:14-26, NIV.

Cranium is to the Brain. 

Ears are for hearing. Teeth are for munching on food. The neck houses the throat. 

Underneath the Collarbone are the Shoulder Blades.

The Rib Cage houses the heart which pumps blood to the rest of the body. Lungs are there for breathing. Then there is the pancreas, kidneys, liver, large intestine, small intestine, and stomach. 

The femur is the largest bone in the human body, it is pretty hard to break. 

The patella being the knee cap, appears to be the size of a golf ball. 

Metacarpals are to the Hand, remember it like this, the letter C comes before the letter T in the Alphabet. That is how you can tell the difference between the Metacarpals from the Metatarsals when you are labeling the parts of the human body for dissection purposes/surgical purposes or in Anatomy Class. 

The Pelvic Girdle looks like a butterfly, doesn’t it? Or, hence the phrase when someone feels as though they have butterflies in their tummy. 

An X-Ray shows the exact blueprint of how your body looks on the inside, the bone structure and much more such as how it is positioned. 

An MRI machine stands for Magnetic Image Resonance. It helps to detect brain activity and gives data on whether there is any abnormalities or not. However, it is said to be a machine that makes noise much like someone hammering your head. So, if a person is autistic and are very sensitive to sounds, they might refrain from going near it. So, in other words, never force them. 


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2 Comments

  1. Deborah

    Hi,
    I am not a doctor of any sorts however; Its always good to catch up with all the bones in our bodies.
    What a fabulous way you have put this. I can now help my child understand this a little more in lessons. Normally it all comes at you at once. You have Easily explained this in ways even I get it.
    Non medical if you get what I am saying. Looking forward to more of your articles.

    One for my favourites thank you.

    Regards Debs 🙂

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    1. Angel (Post author)

      Dear Deborah,

      Thank you so much for your Feedback, I really appreciate it. 🙂 I always had a fondness to be a doctor, but in the realm of being a psychiatrist though since preserving peoples’ memory is very important since I see many being forgetful.

      I am glad to hear that you understand the article that well in how to label and name the bones of the body.
      I drew the human body at the age of 12, it was fun. We all laid down on a human size sheet of paper, our partners drew out with a pencil first our silhouette. Then, we got off the piece of paper and they traced over the pencil marks with permanent markers to see how our shapes differed. Some of us were taller than other students. Some of us had long arms, others a bit short.
      Then the teacher gave us paper cut outs of the bones and we were to try to figure out which one went where and explain our observations. It was a project but it was engaging.

      I guess I know my lessons of genetics pretty well also. 🙂

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