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• Coronoid/radial fossae= anterior pits, c.fossa (medial pit) for
coronoid process of ulna when arm flexed; r.fossa (lateral)
named for near head of radius
named Radius~ smaller of 2 forearm bones, lies laterally (thumb-side),
rotates on capitulum
• Head= distinctive disc articulating w/ capitulum & radial fossa
Neck= directly below head, before r.t.
Radial tuberosity= medial attachment area for biceps muscle Radius/Ulna
• Styloid process= bony pt @ distal end of bone,
proximal to thumb
• Ulnar notch= articulates w/ medial surface of
distal Ulna~ lies medially, larger of 2 bones
• Trochlear notch= wraps around trochlea of humerus
Olecranon= bony process of posterior side of elbow
Coronoid process= small ‘ridge’ of bone on anterior side of t.n.
Radial notch= small notch (medially) for head of radius to fit into
Styloid process= small bony pt of distal end (medially)
Interosseous membrane/margin= lligament attaching 2 bones,
attaches @ i.margin
attaches Wrist/Hand Bones
Carpals= 8 bones of wrist in 2 rows of 4
• Small, square-roundish to allow for side/side & up/down
• Pisiform bone- sesamoid bone that develops w/in a tendon Metacarpals- 5 bones of palm (MI-MV...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2014 for the course ZOO 250 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at S.E. Louisiana.
- Fall '08