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HAND

Metacarpals 1. Trapezium 2. Trapezoid 3. Capitate 4. Head of capitate 5. Hamate 6. Hook of hamate 7. Scaphoid 8. Lunate 9. Triquetrum 10. Pisiform 11. Styloid process of radius 12. Head of ulna 13. Styloid process of ulna 14. Radiocarpal joint 15. Distal radioulnar joint

Forearm. . . .

Forearm- AP A. Styloid Process of Radius B. Radius C. Radial Tuberosity D. Neck of Radius E. Head of Radius F. Olecranon Process (Elbow) G. Trochlear Notch H. Coronoid Process I. Proximal Radio-Ulnar Joint J. Ulna L. Head of Ulna M. Styloid Process of Ulna N. Distal Radio-Ulna Joint

forearw AP 1. Scaphoid 2. Lunate 3. Styloid process of radius 4. Styloid process of ulna 5. Head of ulna 6. Radius 7. Ulna 8. Tuberosity of radius 9. Neck of radius 10. Head of radius 11. Proximal radioulnar joint

Elbow..

The elbow joint occurs at the junction of three bones, the Humerus, Ulna bones and Radius.

1. Supracondylar ridge 2. Trochlea 3. Olecranon 4. Trochlear notch 5. Coronoid process of ulna 6. Head of radius 7. Neck of radius 8. Tuberosity of radius 9. Ulna

1-latral epicondyle. 2-capitulum . 3-radius . 4-trchlear notch . 5-medial epicondyl 6-trochlear sulcus. 7-ulna.

HUMERUS

Shoulder...

The shoulder girdle consists of two bones clavicle

humerus scapula

clavicle

scapula

Acromion clavicular joint

Scapulohum eral joint Sternoclavi cular joint humerus

AP Shoulder external rotation.

Scapula . . . .

Acromial extremity (end)

body

Sternal extremity (end)

Clavicle- AP

clavicle

Coracoid process

acromion

body

Glenoid cavity

Vertebral border

Lateral border

Inferior angle AP Scapula

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