Human Anatomy Lab: Skeletons of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limbs
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What is the red part of the skeleton?
The appendicular skeleton

What is this a view of?
Inferior view of the right clavicle

What is this a view of?
Superior view of the right clavicle

What is A?
Lateral

What is B?
Medial

What is #3?
Sternal extremity

What is #1?
Acromial extremity

What is this a view of?
Anterior view of the right scapula

What is this a view of?
Lateral view of the right scapula

What is this a view of?
Posterior view of the right scapula

What is #5?
Superior angle

What is #9?
Medial border

What is #10?
Inferior angle

What is #8?
Lateral border

What is #5?
Glenoid cavity

What is #3?
Coracoid process

What is #5?
Acromion

What is #3
Superior border

What is #11?
Suprascapular notch

What is #7?
Spine

What is #7?
Subscapular fossa

What is #8?
Infraspinous fossa

What is #2?
Supraspinous fossa

What is this a view of?
The anterior view of the right humerus

What is this a view of?
Superior view of the right humerus

What is #1?
Head

What is #6?
Surgical neck

What is #2?
Anatomical neck

What is #1?
Greater tubercle

What is #3?
Lesser tubercle

What is #8?
Deltoid tuberosity

What is #11?
Radial fossa (lateral)

What is #10?
Coronoid fossa (medial)

What is #7?
Olecranon fossa (posterior)

What is #9?
Medial epicondyle

What is #8?
Lateral epicondyle

What is #16?
Condyles

What is #13?
Capitulum (lateral)

What is #14?
Trochlea (spool like, medial)

What is #1?
Anterior view of the right radius (connects to thumb)

What is #2?
Anterior view of the right ulna (connects to pinky)

What is this a view of?
Anterior view of the right radius and ulna

What is this a view of?
Posterior view of the right radius and ulna

What is #5?
Head of radius

What is #6?
Neck of radius

What is #13?
Radial styloid process

What is #7?
Ulnar notch of radius

What is #8?
Radial tuberosity (anterior)

What is #1?
Olecranon

What is #2?
Trochlear notch

What is #3?
Coronoid process

What is #4?
Radial notch of ulna

What is #8?
Head of ulna

What is #9?
Ulnar styloid process

How do you orient the radius?
 Sharp ridge faces medial
 Roughest portion is anterior
 Ulnar notch is medial

How do you orient the ulna?
 Head is distal
 Socket wrench (olecranon) is proximal
 Wrench faces anterior
 Radial notch faces lateral

What is this a view of?
Anterior view of the right hand/wrist

What is this a view of?
Posterior view of the left hand/wrist

What is this a view of?
Anterior view of the right wrist

What is #2?
Scaphoid (looks like a boat, very large)

What is #8?
Lunate (moon shape)

What is #10?
Triquetrum (threecornered)

What is #9?
Pistiform (pealike)

What is #11?
Hamate (hook)

What is #3?
Capitate (long shape)

What is #5?
Trapezoid (small)

What is #4?
Trapezium

What is #11?
Metacarpals

What is #12?
Proximal phalanx

What is #13?
Middle phalanx

What is #14?
Distal phalanx

What are the parts of the metacarpals and phalanx?
 Base (proximal)
 Body
 Head (distal)

What is the thumb called?
Pollex