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Upper limb, bones, articulations

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Department
Biomedical Science
Course
BMS 301
Professor
Mark Frasier
Semester
Fall

Description
7 November Head and neck exam Lab Average = 38 Median = 40 Lecture Average = 38.8 Median = 40 Upper limb Manipulative appendage Muscle action = muscle function Shock absorber for quadrupeds Very mobile, unstable as a result Bony attachment – clavicle → sternum All movement is directed to hand Area Name Bones Shoulder Shoulder Scapula, clavicle = pectoral Trunk → arm girdle Arm Shoulder → forearm Brachium Humerus Radius (thumb side), ulna Forearm Antebrachium (pinky side) Hand Carpus Carpals Wrist Palm/dorsum Metacarpals Digits Phalanges (singular: phalanx) Fingers Scapula Upper limb muscle attachments Clavicle Only bony attachment of upper limb to axial skeleton and sternum “Strut” to project limb away from body laterally Humerus Movement/muscle attachment Movements Flexion – arm parallel to floor in front of body/extension Abduction/adduction Rotation (medial and l
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