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Humerus and Shoulder

the acromion process is located on what bone? scapula
the humerus is classified as what type of bone long
where is the anatomical neck of the humerus located in relation to the surgical neck superior
the head of the humerus articulates with which part of the scapula glenoid fossa
which bones are located in the distal row of the wrist hamate, capitate, trapezium, trapezoid
in a lateral radiograph of the forearm, the humeral epicondyles are: superimposed
what is the name of the groove between the lesser and greater tuberosity of the humerus bicipital
how must the patients arm be positioned for a good AP projection of the humerus? internally rotated
synarthrosis immovable joints
diarthrosis freely moveable joints
ampiarthrosis limited motion joints
what is the name of the process that extends anteriorly from the scapula coracoid process
in an ap oblique radiograph of the elbow, the humeral epicondyles are: 45 degree angle with the film
which joint is a condyloid joint (same as ellipsoid) metacarpophalangeal
acromioclavicle is what type of joint gliding
the internal oblique elbow demonstrates the coronoid process
where does the trochlear lie in comparison to the capitulum medial
the most common type of bone marrow found within the bones of a childs skeleton is red marrow
which structure articulates with the capitulum proximal ulna
tendons connect bone to muscle
ligaments connect bone to bone
the elbow joint is what type of joint hinge
which breathing technique should be used to best improve the image contrast and reduce the necessary exposure in the transthoracic lateral projection of the humerus suspended full expiration
which evaluation criteria indicates that the humerus was properly positioned for the AP projection the humeral head and greater tubercle are both seen in profile
which of the following would best demonstrate the olecranon process of the ulna 90 degrees lateral
the olecranon process fits into the olecranon fossa while the arm is extended
which hemidiaphragm is usually located more superior right
which carpal bone articulates with the 1st metacarpal greater multangular
which pathologic condition of the lings is best demonstrated with the AP chest, left lateral decub free air in the left side or fluid levels in the right side
Created by: jhill106