ANTC47H3 Lecture Notes - Phalanx Bone, Metacarpal Bones, Scaphoid Bone

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Chapter 13: Hand
Distinguish between metacarpals (on the hand) and metatarsals (on the feet)
You must be able to name all of the carpals but identify only those listed below
5 metacarpals (Mc1-> short and flat & Mc5 -> has one articular surface)
5 proximal phalanges
4 intermediate phalanges
5 distal phalanges
anterior = palmer
posterior = dorsal
medial = ulnar
lateral = radial
scaphoid : situated between the hand and forearm on the thumb side of the wrist
lunate: looks like a moon
pisiform: shaped like a P
hamate: hook-like structure
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