I did give this a try, but then blogger lost my comment, so epic fail blogger. :)1. Are the fingers and toes just flippy flaps of skin?2. How does the food go from the mouth to the stomach?3. This person seems to be missing a brain, and a brain stem, the head bone does not seem to connect to the neck bone, and there are no shoulder bones..How did I do? :)
1) The tibia and fibula are stacked on top of each other with no real patella. 2) She's missing either a radius or a patella. 3) World's tiniest pelvis? Or perhaps just non-existent. 4) Also this is a super brave lady- no rib cage!I do love that your daughter managed to get a thyroid in there. Or at least that's what I'm calling the butterfly shaped structure in the neck! 😉
*2) She's missing a radius or an **ULNA. Also, just noticed- it looks like all her metatarsals are fused!
I could pick out some things "wrong" but it's exceptional from an art AND an anatomy standpoint!
How old is she? I don't care if she was creative in the number of bones she included -- this is really good for a kid of any age!
She's 8 :)
Come on Fizz at the age of 8 the girl did really well. The intestines were off a bit for me and I read thru the above and caught some of those.
Wow! If I were you I'd be very, very proud of her!
1. Widened scapholunate interval2. Obliteration of the talonavicular joint3. Hyoid is cephalad to C3Other than that, I think it is completely anatomically perfect--Orthochick
What about having two knees on each leg?
I assumed she had duplication of the zone of polarizing activity. (Took my boards today!)-Orthochick
She's 8? Is that the freaking hyoid bone? She's good!
She said it's the "neck bone"
Intestinal malrotation, talar colition, and pulmonary atresia (or is it bilateral pneumothoraces?) I am most worried about the lungs.
First of all this is excellent!However, it does appear that the small bowel is connected directly to the bladder.