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Pectoral Girdle Kbr

Arm and Hand Bones

How many cervical vertebrea are there 7
What is the most superior portion of the sternum called Manubrium
What provides attachment point for detoid and trapezium Acromion Process
What articulates with gleniod cavity of the scapula Head of Humerus
The coracoid process allow for the attachment of what Pectoralis Minor and coracobrachialis and short head of biceps brochii
What articulates with the manubrium Sternal End of Clavicle
What does costal cartilage do Allows attachment for true ribs to sternum
What does the acromial end of the clavicle do articulates with the acromion process of scapula
What are the proximal carpals Pisiform, Triquetrum, Lunate, Scaphoid
What are the distal carpals Hamate, Capitate, Trapezoid, Trapezium
The pisiform articulates with what The styloid process of the Ulna
What articulates with the head of the Ulna Triquetrum
What is the only carpal to articulate with two metacarpals Hamate
Proximal means what? Closes to
Distal means what? Farther away
Medial means what? Inside, toward midline
Lateral means what? Outside, farther from midline
The point of muscle that attaches to nonmoving bones is? Origin
The point of muscle that attaches to moving bones is? Insertion
What seperates scapula into inferior and superior portions? Spine of Scapula
What tuberosity serves as an attachment point for the supraspinatous, infraspinatous teresminor, and the triceps lateral head? Greater Tuberosity
What is the function of the Olecranon Fossa Receive the olecranon of the Ulna when the arm is extended
What is the function of the Lesser Tubercle? The attachment for Subscapularis
What tubercle allows the long head of the biceps tendon to ride in it? inter tubercular groove
Deltoid Tuberosity attaches to what muscle? Deltoid Muscle
Coronoid Fossa is what? The depression for the coronoid process of the Ulna
Medial Epicondyle is what? The attachment for ulner collateral ligament, pronatorters, and flexer muscles of the forearm
What is the Tochlear Notch? Articulates with the trochlea of the humerus
What process is received by the coronoid fossa of the humerus? Coronoid Process
The head of the radius does what? Articulates with the radial notch of the ulna. Allows Supranation and Pronation.
What is the Posterior of the Radial Tuberosity? The rough insertion of the biceps bronchii tendon
What is the Anterior of the Radial Tuberosity? The smooth bursa located between the brochii tendon and the bone
What is the Bursa? Fluid filled sack that is used to lubricate joints
What protects the Humerus? Olecranon Process
What is the function of the Radial Notch of the Ulna? Allows the radius to attach to ulna through supra nation and pronation
The Head of the Ulna allows for what? The rotation of the radius around the ulna through supra nation and pronation
Styloid Process of the Ulna allows the attachment of what? The ulnerr collateral ligament of the wrist
What is the Chauffeurs Fracture? The Scaphoid bone compressed into the styloid process
Created by: kbremer12



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