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arm and hand bones

What process provides attachment for the deltoid and trapezius muscles? acromion process
What is the point of a muscle that attaches to the non-moving bones? origin
What is the point of a muscle that attaches to the moving part of the bone during a particular action? insertion
Closest to proxil
further away distel
What process allows for the attachment of the pectoralis minor, the coracobrachialis, and the short head of the bicep? corocoid process
What articulates with the glenoid cavity of the scapula? the head of the humerus
What does the sternal end of the clavicle articulate with? the menabrium
What allows for the attachment of true ribs to the sternum? costal cartilage
What articulates with the acromion process of the scapula? acromion end of the clavicle
How many vertebrae are in the cervical region? seven
How many vertebrae are in the thoracic region? twelve
How many vertebrae are in the lumbar region? five
How many vertebrae are in the sacrum region? 5 fused
How many bones are in the coccyx? 3 fused
How many true ribs are there? 7
How many false ribs are there? 3
How many floating ribs are there? 2
What serves as an attachment point for supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and triceps lateral head? greater tubercle
What receives the olecranon of the ulna? olecranon fossa
What serves as the attachment of the sub-scapularious? lesser tubercle
What allows the long head of biceps tendon to ride in it? intertubercule
What serves as the attachment for the deltoid muscle? deltoid tuberosity
What is the depression for the coronoid process of the ulna? coronoid fossa
What serves as the attachment for ulner collateral ligament, pronator teres, and flexer muscles of forearm? medial epicondyle
What articulates with the trochlea of the humerus? trochlear notch
What process is received by the coronoid fossa of the humerus? coronoid process
What articulates with the radial notch of the ulna and allows supination and pronation? head of radius
What allows the posterior portion for insertion of biceps brachii tendon (rough) and the anterior portion which deals with the bursa which is located between the brochii tendon and bone? radial tuberosity
What is the fluid-filled sack that is used to lubricate joints? bursa
What allows the radiaus to attach to the ulna thru supination and pronation? radial notch of ulna
What is the attachment of the ulnar collateral ligament of the wrist? styloid process of ulna
What bone articulates with the metacarpal of the index finger? trapezoid
What bone articulates with the metacarpal of the thumb? trapezium
What finger has only the proximal and distal phalanges, but not the middle? the thumb
What bone articulates with the styloid process of the ulna? pisiform
What bone is the smallest bone of the hand? pisiform
What bone is the only carpal bone to be attained within a tendon? pisiform
What bone articulates with the head of the ulna? triquetrum
Which carpal bone is the only one to articulate with two metacarpals? hamate
What bone articulates with the medial head of the radius? lunate
What bone is the one of the most frequently dislocated bones of the hand? lunate
What bone articulates with the middle metacarpal? capitate
What bone articulates with the lateral head of the radius and plays an important role in wrist movement? scaphoid
Created by: amymarieink



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