Bones of the pectoral girdle and upper limb -...

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What makes up the pectoral girdle? It's part of the _____ skeleton. - 2 clavicles and 2 scapulae; appendicular
The appendicular skeleton meets the axial skeleton at the _____ joint. - sternoclavicular
How are the scapulae connected to the axial skeleton? - attached to thorax's vertebral column by muscle, which allows for freedom of movement of scapulae/upper limbs
The clavicle lies in _____ position just _____ to the _____ rib. - horizontal; superior; first
How do you ID a clavicle for R/L? - -medial (more blunt), lateral (flattened like a pancake)-anterior (medial convex anteriorly), posterior (laterally convex posteriorly)-inferior (conoid tubercle laterally)
What are the two joints of the clavicle? Describe them. - 1. acromio-clavicular-acromion of scapula + clavicle-synovial, plane-diarthrotic - gliding and rotation of scapula on clavicle2. sterno-clavicular-clavicular notch + medial end of sternum-synovial, plane-diarthroticThe scapula sits on the back of the _____. It lies in between ribs _____. - ribcage; 2-7 (T2-T7)

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Term
Fall
Professor
JenniferMBurgoon
Tags
Human Anatomy, glenoid cavity, humerus articulates

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