Human Anatomy Lab: Skeletons of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limbs

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  1. What is the red part of the skeleton?
    The appendicular skeleton
  2. What is this a view of?
    Inferior view of the right clavicle
  3. What is this a view of?
    Superior view of the right clavicle
  4. What is A?
    Lateral
  5. What is B?
    Medial
  6. What is #3?
    Sternal extremity
  7. What is #1?
    Acromial extremity
  8. What is this a view of?
    Anterior view of the right scapula
  9. What is this a view of?
    Lateral view of the right scapula
  10. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of the right scapula
  11. What is #5?
    Superior angle
  12. What is #9?
    Medial border
  13. What is #10?
    Inferior angle
  14. What is #8?
    Lateral border
  15. What is #5?
    Glenoid cavity
  16. What is #3?
    Coracoid process
  17. What is #5?
    Acromion
  18. What is #3
    Superior border
  19. What is #11?
    Suprascapular notch
  20. What is #7?
    Spine
  21. What is #7?
    Subscapular fossa
  22. What is #8?
    Infraspinous fossa
  23. What is #2?
    Supraspinous fossa
  24. What is this a view of?
    The anterior view of the right humerus
  25. What is this a view of?
    Superior view of the right humerus
  26. What is #1?
    Head
  27. What is #6?
    Surgical neck
  28. What is #2?
    Anatomical neck
  29. What is #1?
    Greater tubercle
  30. What is #3?
    Lesser tubercle
  31. What is #8?
    Deltoid tuberosity
  32. What is #11?
    Radial fossa (lateral)
  33. What is #10?
    Coronoid fossa (medial)
  34. What is #7?
    Olecranon fossa (posterior)
  35. What is #9?
    Medial epicondyle
  36. What is #8?
    Lateral epicondyle
  37. What is #16?
    Condyles
  38. What is #13?
    Capitulum (lateral)
  39. What is #14?
    Trochlea (spool like, medial)
  40. What is #1?
    Anterior view of the right radius (connects to thumb)
  41. What is #2?
    Anterior view of the right ulna (connects to pinky)
  42. What is this a view of?
    Anterior view of the right radius and ulna
  43. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of the right radius and ulna
  44. What is #5?
    Head of radius
  45. What is #6?
    Neck of radius
  46. What is #13?
    Radial styloid process
  47. What is #7?
    Ulnar notch of radius
  48. What is #8?
    Radial tuberosity (anterior)
  49. What is #1?
    Olecranon
  50. What is #2?
    Trochlear notch
  51. What is #3?
    Coronoid process
  52. What is #4?
    Radial notch of ulna
  53. What is #8?
    Head of ulna
  54. What is #9?
    Ulnar styloid process
  55. How do you orient the radius?
    • Sharp ridge faces medial
    • Roughest portion is anterior
    • Ulnar notch is medial
  56. How do you orient the ulna?
    • Head is distal
    • Socket wrench (olecranon) is proximal
    • Wrench faces anterior
    • Radial notch faces lateral
  57. What is this a view of?
    Anterior view of the right hand/wrist
  58. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of the left hand/wrist
  59. What is this a view of?
    Anterior view of the right wrist
  60. What is #2?
    Scaphoid (looks like a boat, very large)
  61. What is #8?
    Lunate (moon shape)
  62. What is #10?
    Triquetrum (three-cornered)
  63. What is #9?
    Pistiform (pea-like)
  64. What is #11?
    Hamate (hook)
  65. What is #3?
    Capitate (long shape)
  66. What is #5?
    Trapezoid (small)
  67. What is #4?
    Trapezium
  68. What is #11?
    Metacarpals
  69. What is #12?
    Proximal phalanx
  70. What is #13?
    Middle phalanx
  71. What is #14?
    Distal phalanx
  72. What are the parts of the metacarpals and phalanx?
    • Base (proximal)
    • Body
    • Head (distal)
  73. What is the thumb called?
    Pollex

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Human Anatomy Lab: Skeletons of the Pectoral Girdle and Upper Limbs
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BIO 377: Naming the skeletons of the pectoral girdle and upper limbs
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