RADD 1611 Extremities and Chest (Normal Anatomy)

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Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest HAND <-- Hook of hamate a ulna b ulnar styloid process c radius d radial styloid process e scaphoid f tubercle of scaphoid g lunate h triquetrum I pisiform j trapezium k trapezoid l capitate m hamate n 1st metacarpal o 1st proximal phalanx p 1st distal phalanx q sesamoid bones r 3rd proximal phalanx s 3rd middle phalanx t 3rd distal phalanx
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Unformatted text preview: Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest Normal Anatomy Extremity and Chest CHEST A Trachea B Clavicular "companion shadow" caused by soft tissue overlying the clavicle C Corocoid process of left scapula D Anterior junction line (anterior right and left upper lobe pleura approximate one another) E Posterior segment of the right 7th rib F Left lateral wall of the descending aorta G Right pedicle T8 H Anterior segment of the left 4th rib I Azygo-esophageal line (medial margin of right lung in the azygo-esophageal recess) J Right lateral "costophrenic sulcus" (clinical term-fluid in pleural space tends to accumulate here) K Gastric "bubble"...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course RADD 1611 taught by Professor Jillg.bradshaw during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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