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Appendicular Skeleton. Ch. 8. 126 bones Limbs Girdles Allows us to move and manipulate objects. Appendicular Skeleton. Pectoral girdle. Clavicle Scapula Acromion process Articulates with clavicle Coracoid process Provides attachment for limb and chest muscles Glenoid cavity

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Appendicular skeleton

Appendicular Skeleton

Ch. 8


Appendicular skeleton1

  • 126 bones

    • Limbs

    • Girdles

  • Allows us to move and manipulate objects

Appendicular Skeleton


Pectoral girdle

Pectoral girdle


Pectoral girdle1

  • Clavicle

  • Scapula

    • Acromion process

      • Articulates with clavicle

    • Coracoid process

      • Provides attachment for limb and chest muscles

    • Glenoid cavity

      • Articulates with the head of the humerus

Pectoral girdle


Pectoral girdle2

  • 2 Clavicle

    • Collarbones

  • 2 Scapulae

    • Shoulder Blades

Pectoral Girdle


Upper limb

  • Humerus

    • Head

    • Medial epicondyle

    • Lateral epicondyle

    • Olecranonfossa

  • Radius

  • Ulna

    • Olecranon process

    • Coronoid Process

  • Hand

    • Carpals

    • Metacarpals

    • Phalanges

Upper limb


Upper limbs

Upper Limbs


Pelvic girdle

Pelvic Girdle


Pelvic girdle1

  • Also known as the Pelvis

  • Functions

    • Support, attachment points, and protect organs

  • Pelvis is divided into 2 parts

    • Os Coxa

      • Ilium

        • Largest, most superior portion of the Os Coxa

      • Ischium

        • Inferior portion of the Os Coxa

      • Pubis

        • Most anterior portion of the Os Coxa

      • Acetabulum

        • Portion of the Os Coxa that articulates with the head of the Femur

Pelvic girdle


Lower limb

  • Femur

  • Patella

  • Tibia

  • Fibula

  • Foot

Lower limb


Femur

  • Head

  • Neck

  • Greater trochanter

  • Lesser trochanter

  • Shaft

  • Medial condyle

  • Lateral condyle

  • Patellar surface

Femur


Tibia fibula

  • Tibia

    • Medial Malleolus

  • Fibula

    • Lateral Malleolus

Tibia fibula


Appendicular skeleton

  • Tarsals

    • Calcaneus

  • Metatarsals

  • Phalanges

Foot


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