Lab_6_Upper & Lower Extremity Osteology

Lab_6_Upper & Lower Extremity Osteology - Lab 6...

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Lab 6 1 FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY LAB #6 UPPER/LOWER EXTREMITY OSTEOLOGY OSTEOLOGY: UPPER EXTREMITY SCAPULA: Borders: Medial (Vertebral) - most superior aspect called the Superior angle Lateral - most inferior aspect called the inferior angle Other Features: scapular spine scapular notch CLAVICLE: HUMERUS: head greater tubercle lesser tubercle shaft ULNA: Fossa: Supraspinous fossa Infraspinous fossa Subscapular fossa Glenoid fossa acromion process coracoid process infraglenoid tubercle - located at the bottom of the glenoid fossa supraglenoid tubercle - located at the top of the glenoid fossa Note: the shape of the Glenoid fossa suggests that shoulder stability is heavily reliant on connective tissues surrounding the joint to prevent dislocation sternal end - blunt, articulates with the Manubrium acromial end - flat/bladelike, articulates with the Acromium process interturbicular (bicipital) groove - located between the tubercles deltoid tuberosity medial/lateral epicondyles capitulum - the part of the distal condyle that articulates with the Radius trochlea - the part of the distal condyle that articulates with the Ulna olecranon fossa coronoid fossa
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