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kmganatomy2

upper extremities and pectoral girdle

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medial end of clavicle articulates with... manubrium and first rib. (sternal end)
lateral end of each clavicle joins with... the scapulae. (acromial end)
scapulae lies on dorsal side of rib cage; located between ribs 2-7
glenoid cavity articulates with the head of the humerous and forms shoulder joint which is classified as a ball and socket joint
acromion process that articulates with acromial end of clavical
humerus only bone of the arm
head of humerous located on the proximal end of the humerus and fits into the glenoid cavity of scapula
trochlea medial condyle that articulates with the ulna
capitulum lateral condyles that articulate with the radius
olecranon fossa located superior to the trochlea on posterior surface of humerous
coronoid fossa directly located superior to the trochlea and anterior surface of the humerus.
ulna main bone responsible for forming the elbow joint with humerus
radioulnar joints proximal and distal joints
olecranon process prominent projection on the proximal end of ulna that fits into the olecranon fossa
coronoid process prominent projection on the proximal end of the ulna that fits into the coronoid fossa
radial notch smooth depression on the lateral side of the proximal end of the ulna
radius superiour surface of the head of the radius that articulates with the capitulum
ulnar notch located on distal end of radius and receives head of ulna
carpal bones-proximal scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform
carpal bones-distal trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate
how many metacarpals 5. radiate distally from the wrist
phalanges 28 except for thumb,which has two, each finger has three phalanges
Created by: kaylagren