Human Skeleton and how to label all the bones on a simple version of the human skeleton is included in first-level courses in human biology, human anatomy and physiology and often in school biology lessons. The human skeleton can be studied at different levels of detail. For a general overview start by reviewing the following (anterior view) diagram of a human skeleton:
The above anterior human skeleton diagram is an introduction to the main bones in the human body.
More detailed models have been used to illustrate the individual parts of the skeleton and specific human bones.
See also the page about how many bones in the human body ? Information
about the structure
and functions of bones, types of bones, cranial
and facial bones, bones
of the feet and hands, bone markings & skeletal disorders are included on