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Intro to Anatomy

Chapter 3 and 4 Speeling terms

TermDefinition
CLAVICLE the collar bone
SCAPULA the shoulder blade
HUMERUS the longest bone of the upper arm or forelimb extending from the shoulder to the elbow
RADIUS the bone on the thumb side of the human forearm
ULNA the bone on the little-finger side of the human forearm that forms with the humerus the elbow joint and serves as a pivot in rotation of the hand
FEMUR the thigh bone
TIBIA the shin bone
FIBULA the smaller of the two bones of the hind or lower limb below the knee
PATELLA the knee cap
PHALANGES any of the digital bones of the hand or foot distal to the metacarpus or metatarsus
CALCANEAL relating to the heel
TRAPEZIUS a large flat triangular superficial muscle of each side of the upper back that arises from the occipital bone
GASTROCNEMIUS the largest and most superficial muscle of the calf of the leg
LATISSIMUS DORSI a broad flat superficial muscle of the lower part of the back
GLUTEUS MAXIMUS the outermost of the three muscles in each buttock
DELTOID large triangular muscle that covers the shoulder joint, serves to raise the arm laterally
ATROPHY decrease in size or wasting away of a body part or tissue
INTRAMUSCULAR situated within, occurring within, or administered by entering a muscle
PROSTHESIS an artificial device to replace or augment a missing or impaired part of the body
QUADRICEPS a large extensor muscle of the front of the thigh
Created by: atuohy