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What are the 3 meeting points of the edges of the scapula?
What bony process lies superior to the scapula's articulation with the humerus and serves as the origin for the long head of the biceps brachii?
(super biceps brachii)
What bony process lies inferior to the scapula's articulation with the humerus and serves as the origin for the long head of the triceps brachii?
(Infra - Triceps Brachii)
Through what feature of the humerus does the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii run?
What feature of the humerus lies in the proximal region where the bone begins to narrow?
What are 2 terms for the long, central region of the SCAPULA or any other long bone? did he mean humerus?
(Contains medullary cavity - houses marrow - marrow creates blood)
What rough prominence lies on the lateral side of the middle portion of the humerus?
What are distal, easily palpated bony projections on the humerus?
What is the relation of the radius and ulna in anatomical position?
Parallel with the radius being located laterally
Which of the 2 bones of the forearm moves during pronation?
(Crossed radius rotates around the ulna)
What portion of the radius articulates with the humerus?
(Articulates with capitulum of humerus)
What bony projection of the radius can be palpated on the distal, lateral side of the forearm?
What distal feature of the radius articulates with the ulna?
(When we rotate wrist the head rotates in the notch)
What prominence of the ulna forms the inferior lip of the trochlear notch?
(Contains radial notch)
What feature of the ulna appears as a bump on the distal medial side of the forearm?
Head of Ulna
(Head of the Ulna is Distal - bump below wrist..)
What feature of the ulna can be palpated on the distal, medial side of the forearm?
Styloid process of Ulna
( large bump below wrist)
What sheet of dense regular connective tissue lies between the radius and ulna?
(holds two bones together during pronation and supination)
From lateral to medial, what bones form the proximal row of carpals?
Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrum, Pisiform
(Some lovers try positions)
From lateral to medial, what bones from the distal row of carpals?
Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate
(That they can't handle)
What bone in the thumb lies within the segment of that digit with the nail?
Distal phalanx of the 1st digit
Digits II through V each have 3 bones. How are they designated?
Proximal phalanx, Middle phalanx, Distal phalanx
What is the difference between the digits and the phalanges?
- Digits are fingers and toes.
- Phalanges are skeletal elements.
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