Lect15_part_2_resp_syst_shoulder_notes

Lect15_part_2_resp_syst_shoulder_notes - Lecture 15 Outline...

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Lecture 15 Outline Respiratory system Respiratory tract Lungs The shoulder girdle bone and joint structure
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The Shoulder Girdle Shoulder girdle attach bones of upper extremities to the axial skeleton clavicle + scapula
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The Shoulder Girdle Clavicle the only bony connection of the shoulder girdle to the axial skeleton articulates with the manubrium of sternum medially
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The Shoulder Girdle inferior view – right clavicle Clavicle (collarbone) S-shaped: medial half is concave posteriorly, lateral half is concave anteriorly acromial end: acromial articular facet (acromioclavicular joint) sternal end: sternal articular facet (sternoclavicular joint) conoid tubercle: for conoid ligament (coracoclav. lig.) costoclavicular ligament attachment site (w/ 1 st rib) posterior side
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The Shoulder Girdle Clavicle (collarbone) one of the most frequently fractured bones in the body, particularly in children 80% of fractures occur in middle third, 15% distal third, 5% in proximal third most common mechanism: falling laterally on shoulder or arm with abducted shoulder. inferior view – right clavicle
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Lect15_part_2_resp_syst_shoulder_notes - Lecture 15 Outline...

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