0105 assignment anp.pdf - 0105 Assignment Nia Sandy Reflection Question What structures did you choose to palpate Were you able to feel the bone

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0105 Assignment Nia Sandy Reflection Question: What structures did you choose to palpate? Were you able to feel the bone markings you were searching for? Which structure was the easiest for you to palpate and which was the most challenging? Why? o I choose to palpate the olecranon process of the ulna, the surface of the clavicle, and the lateral and medial malleolus. I was able to find the bone markings on all of the structures that I palpated. The easiest for me to palpate was the surface of the clavicle because my clavicle pops out so it was relatively easy to find. The most challenging to find was the olecranon process of the ulna because the person I was doing this one on had bigger arms, so it was difficult to find.
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Unformatted text preview: In a written paragraph, discuss similarities and differences between the bone structure of a chicken wing and a human arm. Also, discuss the bone markings you observed, and the importance of each. o The human arm and chicken wing both have the Humerus, the Radius, the Ulna, the Elbow, the Carpals, the Metacarpals, and the Phalanges. The only two difference I saw between the human arm and the chicken wing was that the human arm has a scapula and the chicken wing doesn't. Apart from the fact that the human arm and the chicken wing are mostly alike, they bend the arm with the elbow joint. The Radius makes it possible for both to shift their arm in any possible direction....
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