pectoral girdle and pelvic girdle

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clavicle and scapula

where upper extremities attach to body; connection with axial skeleton at the sternum; site of attachment for thoracic, neck, and shoulder muscles

clavicular articulations

clavicle articulates with the sternum (diathrodial joint) at sternal facet; clavical articulates with scapula at acromial facet

movements of clavicle and sternum

limited movement upward, downward, backward, forward, as well as circumduction (mostly to allow shoulder movements)

articulations of scapula

on articular facet of acromion, indirect contact between coracoid process and clavicle by way of a ligament, glenoid fossa with head of humerus (bone of arm meets up)

pelvic girdle

attaches lower extremities to body, supports organs of abdomen, formed by a pair of coxal bones (illium, ischium, pubis fused) and sacrum

sacroiliac and pubic symphysis

amphiathrodial joints

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