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Human Anatomy & PhysiologyCoach ToneyPectoral Girdle and Upper Limbs - bones and featuresI.Pectoral Girdle:A. Scapula- only connects to the sternum via the collar bone(clavicle)1.Acromion process -on the very top on the bone (A comes before C andthere is no B)ACjoint contains theClavicleandAcromion2.Coracoid process - infront of Acromion covered by boobies3.Glenoid cavity - actual socket for the shoulder (humerus)4.Spine - the back side ridge5.Supraspinous fossa - depression above theSpine6.Infraspinous fossa - depression below theSpineB. Clavicle1.Acromial end - the end connecting to the scapula2.Sternal end - the end connecting to the sternumII.Arm:A. Humerus1.Head - the ball of the shoulder2.Greater tubercle - (5)rando lump on the outside of the bone (basically atumor)3.Deltoid tuberosity - (6) think of the greek letter for D?4.Coronoid fossa - slightly smaller bowl of the humerus, inside of the elbow5.Olecranon fossa - larger bowl of the humerus, back side of the elbow6.Medial epicondyle - most inward facing condyle of the elbow
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Summer
Professor
Kimberly Burney
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Human Anatomy Physiology, Humerus, a Humerus

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