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Clavicle the collar bone,or clavicular. A curved bone that joins with the sternum medially and the acromion process of the scapula
clavicular pertaining to the clavicle
scapula the shoulder blade, a large flat trianglar bone
glenoid socket-like; resembling a socket
acromion the lateral extention of the projecting spine of the scapula. projects over the shoulder joint forming the highest point of the shoulder
humerus the upper arm bone. the head of the proximal end fits into the glenoid cavity. The distal end articulates with the bones of the forearm
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 from the wrist to the elbow. the proximal end forms the olecranon process or elbow
carpus the eight bones of the wrist; the wrist
metacarpus the five bones of the hand between the wrist and the fingers
phalanx any bone of a finger or toe. Each finger or toe having three such bones and the thumb and great toes having two. pl. Phanlanges
Created by: Wolkowski