Humerus, hand bone, ulna and radius

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greater tubercle

What is A?

lesser tubercle

What is B?

intertubercular groove

What is E?

neck

What is C?

head

What is D?

deltoid tuberosity

What is F?

shaft

What is G?

coronoid fossa

What is H?

radial fossa

What is I?

lateral epicondyle

What is J?

capitulum

What is K?

medial epicondyle

What is L?

trochlea

What is M?

olecranon fossa

What is N?

olecranon process

What is A?

radial notch of ulna

What is B?

head of radius

What is C?

neck of radius

What is D?

radial tuberosity

What is E?

styloid process

What is F and L?

trochlear notch

What is G?

coronoid process

What is H?

tuberosity of ulna

What is I?

ulnar notch of radius

What is J?

head of ulna

What is K?

phalanges

What is A?

metacarpals

What is B?

carpals

What is C?

head

What is D?

shaft

What is E?

base

What is F?

distal phalanx

What is G?

middle phalanx

What is H?

proximal phalanx

What is I?

Metacarpal I

What is J?

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