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Lecture 6

ANAT 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Metacarpal Bones, Carpal Bones, Trochlear Notch


Department
Anatomy and Cell Biology
Course Code
ANAT 101
Professor
Richard Oko
Lecture
6

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Dr. Ron Easteal
Rae@queensu.ca
Know the level of detail exactly in the notes 
Upper Limb Bones
1. Shoulder
a. scapula (Shoulder blade)
b. Clavicle (collar bone)
2. Arm
3. Forearm
4. Hand
Scapula
Triangular bone with apex points down
Dorsal spine
3 fossai (depression)
2 large processes
Shoulder joint is the weakest joint in the whole body
Clavicle
S shaped (concave anteriorly at the lateral end, and convex anteriorly at the medial end)
Holds the shoulder out
Articulates with sternum at the medial end (very strong)
Articulates with the acromion at the distal/ lateral end
Humerus
Proximal articulates shoulder
oHead
oNeck
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