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Upper Limb

A&P Chapter 8 Dr.Cutler

Girdles Pectoral girdle (shoulder), Pelvic Girdle (hip)
Limbs Bones of the arms and legs
Function of Limbs Movement
Appendicular Skeleton 2 Girdles and 4 Limbs
Pectoral Girdle Clavicle and scapula
Upper Limbs Clavicle, scapula, humerus, radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals, phalanges
Clavicle Long curved (S) bone, forms front of pectoral girdle, protects neurovascular structures
Scapula Flat, triangular bone (spatula), forms back of pectoral girdle, anchors shoulder muscles
Acromion Attaches to clavicle
Coracoid Process "bent finger" in the scapula
Humerus Head, Deltoid tuberosity, Olecranon fossa (triangle inside humerus), Medial epicondyle (funny bone), trochlea, capitulum, greater and lesser tubercles
Humerus Brachium (only bone in upper limb)
Radius Antebrachium (Thumb side)
Ulna Antebrachium (Pinky side)
Carpal Bones Lunate, Scapoid, Trapezium
Metacarpal Bones Begins with thumb (1-5)
Phalanges Fingers (1-5)
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