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Bones of Arm Lmorrow

pectoral Girdle, Arm and Hand

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How many cervical vertebrae are there? 7
What is the most superior portion of the sternum called? Manubrium
The 2 bones making up the pectoral girdle are? Clavicle (collar bone) Scapula (shoulder blade)
There are how many vertebraes making up the neck area of the vertebral column? 7 Cervical
There are how many making up the lower back portion of the vertebral column? 5 Lumbar
There are how many making up the middle back area and attach to the ribs? 12 Thoracic vertebrae
Acromion Process this provides attachment points for deltoid (shoulder) and trapizous (neck)
corticoid Process allows for the attachment of pectoralis minor also the coracobrachialis and the short head of the biceps brichii
Head of the humerous articulates with the gleniod cavity of the scapula
Sternal End of the Clavical Articulated with the manubrium
Costal Cartilige This allows for the attachment of the true rib to the sternum
Crominal End articulates with the cromin process of the scapula
Procimal Closets to the invisible center line
Distale Distance away from the invisible center line
Orgin is the point of a muscle that attaches to non moving bone
insersion is the point of the muscle that attaches to the moving bone
Lateral Furthest away from the line
Medial to the inside of the imaginary line
Created by: LaurenMorrow
 

 



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