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Musculoskeletal Sys.

Division of the Skeleton: The Upper and Lower Extremities

clavicle the collar bone or clavicula
clavicular pertaining to the collar bone
scapula the shoulder blade
glenoid socket-like
acromion the lateral extension of the projecting spine of the scapula
humerus the upper arm bone
radius the shorter and thicker of the two forearm bones located on the side of the thumb
ulna the forearm bone on the side of the little finger that extends form the wrist to the elbow
carpus the eight bones of the wrist
metacarpus the five bones of the hand between the wrist and fingers
phalanx phalanges any bone of a finger or toe, each finger or toe having three such bones and the thumb and great toe having two
acetabulum the hip socket
os innominatum the innominate bone forming the lateral half of pelvis
os coxae the hip bone or pelvic bone
femur the thigh bone; longest and strongest bone in human body
patella the knee-cap
tibia the shin bone
fibula the smaller lateral bone of the lower leg; one longest and thinnest bone in the body
tarsus the ankle; 7 bones of the ankle including the heel bone
calcaneus the heel bone
metatarsus the part of the foot between the tarsus and the toes
phalangeal pertaining to a phalanx or the phalanges
Created by: jolleenp