The point of the elbow is formed by the of the ulna A infraglenoid tubercle B

The point of the elbow is formed by the of the ulna a

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7) The point of the elbow is formed by the ________ of the ulna. A) infraglenoid tubercleB) supraglenoid tubercleC) infraspinous fossaD) radial tuberosityE) olecranon processAnswer: E7)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs Taxonomy: Knowledge 8) The capitulum is a part of the 8)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs Taxonomy: Knowledge 9) The depression on the distal end of the anterior humerus is (the) 9)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs  Taxonomy: Knowledge 2
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10) The space between the greater and lesser tubercles of the humerus is called the 10)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs Taxonomy: Knowledge 11) Most of the posterior surface of the scapula is formed by the A) subscapular fossa.B) supraspinous fossa.C) infraspinous fossa.D) supraspinous fossa.E) glenoid cavity.Answer: C11)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs Taxonomy: Knowledge 12) A muscle that flexes the elbow is attached to (the) 12)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs Taxonomy: Knowledge 13) The palms of the hand are made up of 13)Section Title: The Pectoral Girdle and Upper LimbLearning Outcome: 7.1Bloomʹs   Taxonomy: Knowledge 3
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