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206Bones

QuestionAnswer
Shoulder blade Scapula
Between scapula and clavicle Acromion Process of the Scapula
Clavicle Collar bone
Anatomical neck of the humerus VS surgical neck of the humerus Anatomical is connected to the head of the humerus. Surgical is just below, common breaking area.
Olecranon fossa of the humerus Hole where elbow is
Head of the radius Round, top part
Radial tuberosity Knob at the top of the radius
Olecranon process of the ulna ball of the elbow
Ilium hip bone
Ishium Butt bone/tail bone
Pubis Pubic Bone
Symphysis pubis Cartilage between pubis bones
medial malleolus of the tibia big ankle bone BY BIG TOE
lateral malleolus big ankle bone BY PINKY TOE
Calcaneus Heel
Medial/Lateral condyle Bottom of the femur, joints that rub onto tibia
Medial/Lateral EPIcondyle Just above the condyle of the femur
SPELL Trochanter
Created by: sadeezmendham