BonesUpper - 4 Ulnar notch 1 Olecranon 2 Coronoid process 3...

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    Bones of the  Upper Limb
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    The Skeleton Axial Skeleton Skull Vertebral column Ribs Sternum Appendicular  Skeleton Bones in the limbs Girdles 
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    Pectoral Girdle
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    Clavicle Look for the more flattened  lateral/acromial  end The rounded end is the  medial/sternal  end Can you tell if it is from the right or left? L M
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    Scapula Axillary (lateral) border Inferior angle Vertebral (medial)  border Superior angle Superior border Glenoid cavity
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    Scapula posterior anterior 8 7 6 5 3 1. Infraglenoid “tubercle” 2. Supraglenoid tubercle 3. Spine 4. Acromion 1. Supraspinous “fossa” 2. Infraspinous fossa 3. Subscapular fossa 1. Coracoid “process” 1 4 4
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    Scapula
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    Humerus 1. Head 2. Surgical neck 3. Greater tubercle 4. Lesser tubercle  (anterior) 5. Intertubercular “groove” = bicipital groove 1. Deltoid “tuberosity” 1. Capitulum 2. Trochlea 3. Epicondyles 4 1 3 7 8 5 2 6 anterior view 9 9
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    Radius & Ulna 1. Head 2. Radial tuberosity 3. Styloid process 
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Ulnar notch 1. Olecranon 2. Coronoid process 3. Trochlear notch 4. Radial notch 5. Ulnar tuberosity 6. Head 7. Styloid process 1 2 9 7 4 3 5 6 8 11 10 1. Olecranon 2. Coronoid process 3. Trochlear notch 4. Radial notch 8 7 6 5 Proximal Ulna H U R Carpals SLTPTTCH Scaphoid Lunate Triquetral Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate Hamate Metacarpals Phalanges Wrist & Hand Image from Anatomy and Physiology Revealed Review Name the bones and their distinguishing features. Are they from the right or left? Name the bone and its distinguishing features. Which view are you seeing? Are these bones from the R or L? Name the bone and its distinguishing features....
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