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pectoral Girdle BF

Arm and Hands

what is the most superior portion of the sternum called manubrium
how many cervical certebrae are there 7
what is the most superior portion of the sternum called manubrium
how many cervical certebrae are there 7
Pronation Palm down
Supination Palm Up
Pissaform Articulates with the head of the ulna
Triquetrium Articulates with the head of the ulna
Hamate Is the only one that articulates with two meta carpals
Lunate Articulates with the medial head of the Radius
Capitate Articulates with the middle metacarpal
Scaphoid Articulates with the lateral head of the radius
Trapezoid Articulates with the metacarpal of our index finger
Trapezium Articulates with the metacarpal of the thumb
Acromion Process This provides attachment points for the deltoid and trapezious muscles
Origin Point of a muscle that attaches to the none moving bones
Proximal closest to
Distall Further away
Medial Is to the inside from the midline
Lateral Is further away from the midline
Corcoid Process Allows for the attachment fo the pectoral is minor also the coracobrachialls and the short head of the biceps bra chili
Head of Humerus Articulates with the glenoid cavity of the scapula
Sterral end of Clavical Articulates with the manubrium
Costal Cartilage Allows for the attachment of true ribs to the sternum
olecranon fassa receives the olecranon of the ulna when the arm is extended
Lesser tubercle provides and attachment of sub scapulars
inter tubercular groove allows for the long head of the biceps tendon to be able to ride in it
Deltoid tuberosity Provides attachment for the deltoid muscle
Greater tubercle serves as a point of insertion for the supra spenotous and infra spinoutous
coronoid fassa depression for the coronoid process of the ulna
Medial epicodyle Gives an attachment for the ulnar collateral legiment , pronator teres, and flexer muscles of the fore arm
Trochler Notch articulates with the trochlea of the humerus
Coronoid process received by the coronoid fassa of the humerus
Head of radius articulate with the radial notch of the ulna
Olecranon Process boney part felt at the elbow ...it protects the humerus
Ulna tuberosity allows the for the attachment of the brachial is
head of the ulna allows for the rotation of the radius around the ulna during pronation and supanation
Created by: BrocTFinch