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pectoral gridle Kbur

arms and hand bones

How many cervical vertebrae are there? There are 7.
What is the most superior portion of the sternum called? Manubrium
What is the attachment point for deltoid and trapezium? Acromion Process
What articulates with glenoid cavity of scapula? Head of Humerous
What acticulates with manubrium? Sternal end of clavicle
What is the attachment of true ribs to the sternum? Costal Cartilage
What articulates acromion process of scapula? Arcromion end of clavicle
What is the attachment of pectorals minor also coracobrachialis and the short head of the biceps brachia? Coracoid Process
What are the 2 bones of the pectoral girdle? Scapula and Clavicle
What are the top 7 ribs? True Ribs
What are ribs 8-10? False Ribs
How many floating ribs are there? 2
What are the three bones of the arm? Humerus, Radius, and Ulna
Where and how many cerviacal vertebras are there? Neck and 7
Where and how many thoracic vertebraes are there? Upper Back and 12
Where and how many lumbar vertebraes are there? Lower back and 5
Where and how many Sacral vertebraes are there? attached to the pelvis and 5
Where and how many coccygeal vertebraes are there? Tailbone and 4
Proximal means? Closer
Distal means? farther
Medial means? Inside
lateral means? Outside
What is the Origin? Point of muscle that attachs to none moving bones
Where is the point of muscle attachment to moving bones? insertion
Inferior means? Below
Supiror means? Top
What is palm up called? Pronation
What is palm down called? Supination
What articulates with stiloid process of ulna? pisiform
What is the only carpal bone contend in tendons? Pisiform
What articulates with head of ulna? triquetrum
What is the only carpal that articulates with 2 metacarpals? Hamate
What articulates with midial ray head of radius frequently dislocated in hand? Lunate
What does the thumb lack that all the other fingers have? Midiual
What is the deltoid tuberosity? attachment for deltoid muscle
What is cornoid fossa? depression for the corned process of the ulna.
What is the medial epicondyle? gives attachment for ulnar collateral, printer teres, and flexuar muscles of forearm.
What is the greater tuberosity? point of attachment for supraspinatus, infraspinatous, teres minor, and triceps lateral head.
olecranon fossa is? recieves olecranon of ulna when arm is extended.
what is lesser tubercle? attatch the subscapularis
what is the inner tubercular? Allows biceps tendon to ride inside it.
Trochlear Notch? Articulars with trochlea of the humerous
What is coroniod process? received by coroniod fossa of humerous
what is the head of the radius? Articulates with radial notch of ulna rotation movement of supanation and pronation.
Radial tuberosity is? rough-insertion of the biscept brachia smooth-bursa is located between brochii tendon and the bone.
what is bursa? fluid filled sack that lubricates and pads joints. keeps tendons from rubbing together.
What happens in the styloid process? base brachia radials attatchs at bass. Radial collateral ligament of wrist attachs to its point.
What is chauffeurs fraqurer? scaforiod bones gets compressed (usually breaks the tip)
What is the head of the ulna? rotation of radius around the ulna during pronation and supanation
What is the ulna tuberosity? attachment of brachialis
What is the radial notch of ulna? rotation for the head
Created by: kyleeburns_2012



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