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Appendicular skeleton Limbs and base units. I am king of the mountain!

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1 Appendicular skeleton Limbs and base units

2 I am king of the mountain!

3 Pectoral Girdle Connects upper limbs (arms) to axial skeleton.

4 Clavicle Collar bone (2)

5 Scapula Shoulder blade (2)

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7 d/GrossAnatomy/dissector/labs/ue/joints/jo int.htmlhttp://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/medE d/GrossAnatomy/dissector/labs/ue/joints/jo int.html

8 HUMERUS Upper arm, big bone (2)

9 Radius and ulna R= Lower arm, thumb side (2) U= Lower arm, pinky side (2)

10 Olecranon Process Elbow bone on the proximal side of the Ulna Page 149

11 Dislocated elbow

12 Carpals Wrist bones. Short bones (16) (8 in each wrist)

13 Carpal bones A. scaphoid B. lunate C. triquetrum D. pisiform E. hamate F. capitate G. trapezoid H. trapesium

14 Carpals Sally left the party, to take Cathy home ……or…… Special one

15 Metacarpals Palm of the hand (10 or 5 in each hand)

16 Phalanges Finger bones (28 or 14 in each hand).

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18 Recap in #’s: Totals Clavicle = 2 Scapula = 2 Humerus = 2 Radius = 2 Ulna = 2 Carpals = 16 Metacarpals = 10 Phalanges = 28 TOTAL in the pectoral girdle and arms is: 64


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