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Kin 2500 Appendicular Skeleton SI WorksheetThe Appendicular Skeleton:The primary function of the appendicular skeleton ismovementIt includes bones of theupper and lower limbs.Girdlesattach the limbs to the axial skeleton. (Pectoral girdle is theupper limbs and pelvic girdle is the lower limbs)The Upper LimbsThe Pectoral GirdleConsists of theleft and rightscapula and clavicle (anteriorly) and left andright_gggg____(posteriorly)Connects theupperlimbs and axial skeleton1. Clavicle (“collarbone”)Location: above first rib, extends from the sternum to the scapula. Extend betweenthe manubrium of the sternum and the acromion of the scapula.Acromial Enda.Articulates with theacromion of the scapulab.Creates what joint?Acromioclavicular jointc.Aka.lateralendd.Appearance: flattened portion of the boneSternal Ende.Articulates with thesternumf.Aka.medialendg.This creates theSternoclavicular jointThe Skeleton of the ArmHumerus:the humerus is the upper part of your arm. The two main bones it articulateswith are the radius and the ulna1.Heada.Proximalb.Articulates with the glenoid cavity2.Anatomical Necka.Distal to the headb.Oblique groovec.Where the growth plate used to be3.Greaterand Lesser Tuberclesa.GreaterA lateral projection distal to the anatomical neckb.LesserLies more anteriorallyc.Theintertubricular sulcuslies between the two tubercles4.SurgicalNecka.Constriction in the Humerus just distal to the tuberclesb.Common fracture site5.Deltoid Tuberositya.A roughened, V-shaped area where the tendon of the deltoid muscle attaches6.Capituluma.A rounded knob on the lateral side of the bone that articulates with the headof the radius
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Kin 2500 Appendicular Skeleton SI Worksheet7.Trochleaa.Medially locatedb.Where the ulna articulates8.Medial and Lateral Epicondylesa.Roughened projections on either side of the distal end of the Humerusb.Tendons of the muscles of the forearm attach hereUlna and RadiusBoth the radius andthe ulna have a styloidprocess, a notch, and atuberosity. Be sure notto confuse these andknow the differencebetween each oneULNA – longer and medialBone MarkingAnatomicalDescriptionBone MarkingAnatomical PositionOlecranonAt the proximal end ofulna; forms elbowRadial NotchDepression thatarticulates with thehead of the radiusCoronoidProcessAnterior projectiondistal to trochlearnotch

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