a&p exam 3

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a&p exam 3
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  1. How many phalanges on each hand?
    14
  2. The olecranon is at the proximal end of the?
    The ulna
  3. The carpal bones are the?
    scaphiod, lunate, triquetrium, pisiform, trapezium, trapazoid, capitate, hamate
  4. the tarsal bones are the?
    talus, calcaneus, navicular, 3rd-1st cunieform, cuboid
  5. The projection on the medial (*remember anatomical postition) and posterior aspect of the wrist is formed by
    the styloid process of the ulna
  6. which bones make up the pectoral girdle?
    clavicle and scapula
  7. which carpals are in the distal row?
    trapezium, trapazoid, capitate, hamate
  8. At the elbow joint, the radius articulates with:
    the capitulum of the humerus
  9. how many phalanges are there (total) in the body
    56: 14 each, upper and lower
  10. How many bones in the appendicular skeleton?
    126
  11. The anterior projection of the scapula
    coracoid process

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