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Question 72 / 2 ptsLabel the following vertebrae as:A= CervicalB= ThoracicCorrect!C= Lumbar
Question 82 / 2 ptsLabel the following vertebrae as:
Question 96 / 6 ptsWhat is the name of the foramina in the figure below?
Question 1010 / 10 ptsLabel the following bonelandmarks:A: ______________C: ______________F: ______________I: ______________
K: _____________Your Answer:A. HeadC. Lesser tubercleF. Deltoid TuberosityI. CapitulumK. Medial Epicondyle
Question 113 / 3 ptsWhich of the following statements is TRUE about the scapula?The clavicle connects to the scapula anteriorly near the midline of the human body.The medial border of the scapula connects directly to the neck of the scapula.Correct!The subscapular fossa is located on the anterior side of the scapula.The scapula articulates with the clavicle at the neck of the scapula.
Question 123 / 3 ptsWhich of the following statements is TRUE about the humerus?
Correct!D. The head of the humerus articulates with the scapula.E. B. and D. are trueQuestion 134 / 4 pts1. What two bones meet at the glenohumeral joint?2. In your own words, why is this joint prone to dislocation?
2. Structure of the shoulders allows movement of the arm in usally any direction butprovides little stabilty. The glenohumeral joint is proe to dislocation that is why usuallyheld in place primarily by muscular and ligament attachment with little bony stability.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Rebekah Stepp
Tags
frontal bone, ethmoid bone, Glenohumeral joint, iliolumbar ligament

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