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Clavicle

above sternum, L and R

Scapula

shoulder blades

Spine of Scapula

ridge running on back of scapula

supra spinous fossa

indentation above spine of scapula

Infra spinous fossa

indentation below spine of scapula

Subscapular fossa

indentation closest to rib bones

glenoid fossa

smooth spot where arm bone rotates in.

Acromion process

part that attaches to clavicle, continuation of spine of scapula

Coracoid process

just superior to glenoid process

Humerus

single bone in arm

greater tubricle

larger lateral protrusion on humerus

lesser tubricle

smaller medial protrusion on humerous

deltoid tuberosity

halfway down, bump on side of bone

medial epicondyle

large protrusion on base of humerus

lateral epicondyle

small protrusion on base of humerus

Olecranon fossa

indentation at base of humerus

Trochlea

saddle shaped/ spool shaped area where ulna articulates

Capitulum

ball shaped area where radius articulates

Ulna

pinky side (distinct c-shaped area called trodelear notch)

Radius

Thumb Side (circular end like no other)

Styloid process of ulna

distal end of ulna

Styloid process of radius

distal end of radius

Radial tuberosity

large rough protrusion distal to head of radius

Carpals

small bones that make up wrist

Metacarpals

make up bones of hand

Phalanx

single form of phalanges

Metatarsals

bones of foot

Tarsals

bones making up top of foot and ankle

Tibia

much larger of two leg bones

Fibula

Thinner of two leg bones

Medial malleolus

distal end of tibia

Lateral malleolus

distal end of fibula

tibial tuberosity

protrusion on proximal end of tibia, where quads connect

Condyles of tibia

where tibia articulates with femur

Intercondylar eminence

between tibia condyle, raised protrusion

Patellar surface

distal anterior side of femur

Head of femur

huge protrusion of femur

neck of femur

right under the head of femur

greater trochanter

huge knob of bone lateral to head of femur

lesser trochanter

inferior protrusion to the head of femur

Illium

Big blades of pelvis

Ischium

anterior part of pelvis

Pubis

Small part of pelvic bone

Iliac Crest

ridge of ilium

Posterior superior iliac spine

dimples on butt

Aurricular surface of ilium

ear shaped part of pelvis

Acetabulum

Large cup shaped of ilium, where head of femur slides in

Obturator Foramen

Big hole on anterior part of pelvis

Ischial Tuberosity

Rough spot on posterior part of pelvis

Pubic symphysis

two pelvic bones come together on anterior side

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