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Organization of Skeleton - The Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limb

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The pectoral girdle is an incomplete ring because it is open in the back between the? Scapular
The medial ends of the clavicles articulate with the (BLANK) of the sternum Manubrium
The lateral ends of the clavicles articulate with the (BLANK) of the scapulae. Acromion
The (BLANK) is a bone that serves as a brace between the sternum and the scapula. Clavicle
The (BLANK) divides the scapula into unequal portions. Spine of the scapula
The lateral tip of the shoulder is the (BLANK) of the scapula Acromion
Near the lateral end of the scapula, the (BLANK) curves anteriorly and inferiorly from the clavicle. Coracoid
The glenoid cavity of the scapula articulates with the (BLANK) of the humerus. Head
Capitate bone is what type of bone? Carpals
Coronoid fossa can be found on what bone? Humerus
Deltoid tuberosity can be found on what bone? Humerus
Greater tubercle can be found on what bone? Humerus
What are the five palmar bones called? Metacarpals
What are the fourteen bones in digits called? Phalanges
What bone does the intertubercular groove (sulcus) belong to? Humerus
What bone does the Lunate belong to? Carpals
What bone has the Olecranon fossa? Humerus
What bone has the Radial tuberosity? Radius
Trapezium is what type of bone? Carpals
What bone has the Trochlear notch? Ulna
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