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Explain how the bones of the upper limb articulate

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The upper limb forms many joints - from proximal to distal, every bone contained in the arm and hand is involved in at least one articulation. This allows the arm and hands a wide range of motion.

The type of joint determines the mobility in that part of the limb.

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