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Pectoral Girdle AL

hand and arm bones

QuestionAnswer
How many cervical vertebrae are there 7
What is the the superior portion of the sternum called manubrium
How many thoracic vertebrae are there 12
How many lumbar vertebrae are there 5
How many sacral vertebrae are there 5 fused
How many coccygeal vertebrae are there 3 fused
There are how many ribs in the human body 24
How many pair of true ribs are there 7
how many pair of false ribs are here 3
how many pair of floating ribs are there 2
What two bones make up the pectoral girdle clavicle and scapula
Acrominon process provieds attachment for what mucles Deltoid and trampeasus
Coracoid Process allows for the attachment of what pectoralis minor, coracobrachialis, short head of biceps brochi
Head of the humerus articulates with what glenoid cavity of scapula
Costal Cartilage attaches what true ribs to the sternum
The scapula gets separated by what spine of scapula
Lunate connects to medial head of radius
Capitate connects with middle metacarple
Scaphoid connects with lateral head of radius
Scaphoid is key in what wrist movment
Trapezoid connects with metacarple of index finger
Pronation means palm down
supination means palm up
Pisiform connects with styloid process of ulna
Where is the pisiform located in a tendon
Triquetrium connects to head of ulna
Hamate connects with two last metacarples
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