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Upper Limb Bones

Name the upper arm bone. humerus
Name the two bones of the forearm. ulna and radius
Which forearm bone articulates with the humerus to form the elbow joint? ulna
Which forearm bone is always on the thumb side? radius
The olecranon process, styloid process, and trochlear notch are all features of which bone? ulna
The greater tubercle, coronoid fossa, and medial epicondyle are all features of which bone? humerus
The coronoid fossa is always on which side of the humerus? anterior (front)
The olecranon fossa is always on which side of the humerus? posterior (back)
Which feature of the humerus articulates with the glenoid fossa? head
Which direction does the head of the humerus always face? medial (towards middle of body)
Which feature of the ulna fits into the coronoid fossa of the humerus? coronoid process
Which feature of the ulna moves around the trochlea of the humerus? trochlear notch
Which feature of the ulna fits into the olecranon fossa of the humerus? olecranon process
True or False. The heads of both the radius and ulna are at the distal ends. False; head of radius is proximal and head of ulna is distal.
How many carpal bones are in each hand? 8
The metacarpal for the thumb is given which number? 1
The thumb contains which two phalanx bones? proximal and distal
How many middle phalanx bones are in one hand? 4
What fits into the radial notch of the ulna? head of the radius
Name the bones that form the palm of the hand. metacarpals
How many middle phalanx bones to you have in ALL of your appendages? 16 = 8 from your feet and 8 from your hands
True or False. The scaphoid and trapezium bones are always found on the thumb side. true
Which carpal bone articulates with metacarpal #1 to form your opposable thumb? trapezium
Name the two condyles of the humerus. trochlea and capitulum
True or False. The medial epicondyle and trochlea of the humerus are always next to each other. true
Created by: smonahan