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Ch. 8 Appendicular test

How many bones are in the appendicular skeleton? 126 bones
How many bones are in the pectoral girdle? 4 bones
How many bones are in the upper limb? 60 bones
How many bones are in the pelvic girdle? 2 bones
How many bones are in the lower limb? 60 bones
What are the 4 bones of the pectoral girdle? 2 Clavicle, 2 Scapula
What shape does the scapula resemble? A triangle, with a superior, lateral, and medial border
What are the two ends of the clavicle? Acromial End(lateral); sternal end(medial)
Why are fractures common in the clavicle? They are common because the clavicle is small and fragile
Where does the humerus articulate with the scapula? Glenoid Cavity
Where does the clavicle articulate with the scapula? Acromion
What are epicondyles? Processes that develop proximal to articulation.
Funny Bone Ulnar nerve crosses medial epicondyle.
What is the trochlea region? Medial part of the humerus condyle that joins with the ulna.
What is the capitulum region? Lateral part of the humerus condyle that joins with the radius.
Which bone of the lower arm is on the thumb side? Radius
In anatomical position this bone is found medial to the radius. Ulna
Created by: joekelling