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Monahan

Pectoral Girdle

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Name the two bones that make up the pectoral girdle. scapula and clavicle
The glenoid fossa (cavity) must always face which direction in order to articulate with the humerus? lateral (towards outside of body)
Which process on the scapula forms the tip of the shoulder? acromion process
Which process is connected to the spine of the scapula? acromion process
The spine is found on which side of the scapula? posterior (back side)
What feature of the humerus articulates with the glenoid cavity (fossa)? head of the humerus
Name the process the sits anterior (in front) and superior (on top) of the glenoid cavity. coracoid process
The lateral ends of the clavicle articulate with which process of the scapula? acromion process
Created by: smonahan