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IMG_0048 - Laboratory Manual to accompany Saladin Anatomy...

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Laboratory Manual to accompany Saladin: Anatomy & Physiology, Fifth Edition LABORATORY 9 AppendicularSkeleton Greater- ,ir*\ tubercle - Head Deltoid tuberosity Lateral supracondylar ridge Lateral epicondyl€ Olecranon lossa Greater tubercle Lesser tubercle lntertubercular sulcus Deltoid tuberosity Medial supracondylar ridge Coronoid fossa Head Greater tubercle Anatomical neck Surgical neck Lateral supracondylar ridge Olecranon fossa Medial epicondyle Lesser tubercle Posterior view FIGURE 9.4 Right Humerus (a) Diagram; (b) photograph, side is a round hemisphere known as the capitulum (ca-PlT-you-lum), This is where the head of the radius fits onto the humerus. On the medial side is an hourglass- shaped structure called the trochlea (TROW-klee-uh). The trochlea is where the ulna articulates with the humerus. The capitulum and trochlea represent the condyles (KON-dials) of the humerus. To the sides of these con- dyles are the epicondyles (EP-ee-KON-dials). The medial epicondyle is the bump that you can palpate (feel)
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