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Merrill Chpt 4

Humerus, Radius, Ulna, & Elbow

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A round, marble-like structure in the distal/lateral portion of the humerus? Capitulum
A boney prominence, easily palpated in the distal portion of the humerus? Medial epicondyle
A spool-like structure in the distal/ medial portion of the humerus? Trochlea
Depression, located on the anterior surface of the distal portion of the humerus? Coronoid fossa
Depression, located on the posterior surface in the distal portion of the humerus? Olecranon fossa
Which bone(s) is the Head found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Radius, Ulna, Humerus
Which bone is the Trochlea found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the Capitulum found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the Radial Notch found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Ulna
Which bone is the Radial Fossa found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the is Coronoid Fossa found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the is Styloid Process found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Radius, Ulna
Which bone is the is Olecranon Fossa on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the is Trochlear Notch found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Ulna
Which bone is the is Greater Tubercle found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the is Radial Tuberosity found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Radius
Which bone is the is Coronoid Process found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Ulna
Which bone is the is Olecranon Process found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Ulna
Which bone is the is Medial Epicondyle found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
Which bone is the is Lateral Epicondyle found on, radius, ulna, humerus? Humerus
The forearm contains 2 bones that lie parallel to each other, they are? Radius & Ulna
The radius is located on the _____side of the forearm and the ulna is located on the _____side Lateral, Medial
The humerus is the _____bone in the____arm Long. Upper
The ____ and ____ epicondyle of the humerus are easily _____? Medial & lateral. Palpated.
Where is a common site for fractures on the humerus, just below the tubercles? Surgical neck
Ulnar styloid process is proximal or distal? Distal
T/F: Ulnar olecranon process is distal and posterior. False. It's proximal and posterior
Radial head is proximal or distal? Proximal
Radial tuberosity is proximal or distal? Proximal
The elbow joint proper includes what joints? Proximal radioulnar, Humeroulnar, Humeroradial
The 3 joints of the elbow proper are enclosed in a ______ _______. Common capsule
T/F: The ulnar coronoid process is proximal and anterior. True
Head of the____ articulates with scapula to form shoulder joint (girdle) Humerus
Distal end of the humerus forms part of the ___ ____ Elbow joint
T/F: The Humerus proximal anatomy includes: Head,Neck, & Greater Tubercule False. It also includes Surgical Neck and Less Tubercule
T/F: The Humerus distal anatomy includes: Trochlea,Capitulum,Coronoid Fossa,& Olecranon Fossa (posterior) False. It also includes the lateral/medial Epicondyle
Which part of the humerus articulates with the radial head; A. Capitulum B. Trochlea C.Olecranon D. Coronoid A. Capitulum
The entire distal end of the humerus is called? Humeral condyle
Trochlea and Capitulum articulate with bones of what? Forearm
Humeroulnar and humeroradial structural classification for tissue/type are: Synovial; Hinge
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