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190*uperlimb - HKIN 190 Anatomy Physiology I Lab 4 Upper...

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HKIN 190 Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 4: Upper Limb Skeleton
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human skeleton axial skeleton skull vertebral column thorax appendicular skeleton pectoral girdle upper limb pelvic girdle lower limb X X X
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Pectoral Girdle (Shoulder Girdle) Figure 7.22a
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Clavicle (Collarbone) Figure 7.22b, c
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Scapula (Shoulder Blade) - anterior aspect Flat bone Lies between 2 nd and 7 th ribs
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Scapula (Shoulder Blade): posterior aspect
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Scapula (Shoulder Blade): lateral aspect
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9 infra-glenoid tubercle supra-glenoid tubercle Scapula (Shoulder Blade): lateral aspect
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Joints at the shoulder 11 1. glenohumeral joint 2. acromioclavicular joint 3. sternoclavicular joint
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Glenohumeral joint 12 type of synovial joint ball-and-socket joint allows flexibility at the expense of stability multiaxial (polyaxial) 3 movement axes plus all directions in-between
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Stability of the glenohumeral joint 13 GH joint: anterior view GH joint: lateral view glenoid labrum ligaments muscles and tendons articular capsule of joint articular capsule
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