Bones of the Appendicular Skeleton - A Visual Guide

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Bones of the appendicular skeleton.Learn the anatomy f the bones of the appendicular skeleton on this visual pdf guide.MEDICIINEANATOMYSCIENCE

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<ul><li><p>AppendicularSkeleton</p><p>Visual Atlas</p><p>Anatomy &amp; Physiology I BIOL 121</p><p>Rob Swatski</p><p>Assistant Professor of Biology</p><p>HACC York Campus</p><p>Mar</p><p>ian</p><p>a R</p><p>uiz</p><p> Vill</p><p>arre</p><p>al, M</p><p>ay 2</p><p>00</p><p>9, h</p><p>ttp</p><p>://c</p><p>om</p><p>mo</p><p>ns.</p><p>wik</p><p>imed</p><p>ia.o</p><p>rg/w</p><p>iki/</p><p>File</p><p>:Ap</p><p>pen</p><p>dic</p><p>ula</p><p>r_sk</p><p>elet</p><p>on</p><p>_dia</p><p>gram</p><p>_bla</p><p>nk.</p><p>svg</p><p>1</p></li><li><p>Sternal end (extremity)</p><p>Acromial end (extremity)</p><p>Clavicle.Superior view</p><p>Medial</p><p>Lateral</p><p>2</p></li><li><p>Manubrium</p><p>Body of Sternum</p><p>Sternal ends (extremities)</p><p>Acromial end (extremity)</p><p>Coracoidprocess</p><p>Acromion</p><p>Pectoral girdleLeft anterior view</p><p>Conoid tubercle (Coracoid tuberosity)</p><p>Clavicle</p><p>Humerus</p><p>3</p></li><li><p>Acromion</p><p>Coracoidprocess</p><p>Glenoidcavity</p><p>Axillary (Lateral) border </p><p>Inferior angle</p><p>Superior angle</p><p>Scapular notch</p><p>Vertebral (Medial) border </p><p>Subscapularfossa</p><p>Scapula.Right anterior view 4</p></li><li><p>Acromion</p><p>Coracoidprocess</p><p>Glenoidcavity</p><p>Axillary (Lateral) border </p><p>Inferior angle</p><p>Spine</p><p>Superior angle</p><p>Supraspinousfossa</p><p>Infraspinousfossa</p><p>Vertebral (Medial) border</p><p>Scapula.Right posterior view Scapular notch</p><p>5</p></li><li><p>Humerus.Left anterior </p><p>viewAnatomical neck</p><p>Head</p><p>Lesser tubercle</p><p>Greater tubercle</p><p>Intertubercularsulcus</p><p>Surgical neck</p><p>Deltoid tuberosity</p><p>6</p></li><li><p>TrochleaCapitulum</p><p>Medial epicondyle</p><p>Lateral epicondyle</p><p>Coronoid fossa</p><p>Head of radius</p><p>Ulna</p><p>Coronoid process</p><p>Radius</p><p>Styloid process of radius</p><p>Humerus</p><p>Ulnar tuberosity</p><p>Radial tuberosity</p><p>Neck of radius</p><p>Elbow &amp; Forearm.Right anterior view7</p></li><li><p>Trochlea</p><p>Capitulum</p><p>Medial epicondyle</p><p>Lateral epicondyle</p><p>Coronoid fossa</p><p>Head of radius</p><p>Coronoidprocess</p><p>UlnartuberosityNeck of </p><p>radius</p><p>Elbow. Right anterior view</p><p>Humerus</p><p>8</p></li><li><p>Lateral epicondyle</p><p>Medial epicondyle</p><p>Olecranonfossa</p><p>Olecranon</p><p>Head of radius</p><p>Neck of radius</p><p>Elbow.Left posterior view</p><p>Ulna</p><p>Humerus</p><p>9</p></li><li><p>Head of radius</p><p>Styloid process of radius</p><p>Neck of radius</p><p>Radial tuberosity</p><p>Radius. Right anterior view </p><p>10</p></li><li><p>Ulna.</p><p>Coronoidprocess</p><p>Trochlearnotch</p><p>Radial notch</p><p>Anterior view</p><p>Olecranon</p><p>Styloid process of ulna</p><p>Posterior view</p><p>Ulnartuberosity</p><p>11</p></li><li><p>Coronoidprocess</p><p>Ulnartuberosity</p><p>Trochlearnotch</p><p>Radial notch</p><p>Ulna. Right anterior view</p><p>Olecranon</p><p>12</p></li><li><p>Coronoid process</p><p>Olecranon Trochlear notch</p><p>Radial notch Head of radius</p><p>Neck of radius</p><p>Radial tuberosity</p><p>Elbow.Right lateral view</p><p>RadiusUlna13</p></li><li><p>Carpals</p><p>Phalanges(Digits)</p><p>Metacarpals</p><p>IVII III</p><p>IV</p><p>Proximal phalanx</p><p>Distal phalanx</p><p>Middle phalanx</p><p>Distal phalanx</p><p>Proximal phalanx</p><p>Hand.Right posterior </p><p>view</p><p>Lateral Medial 14</p></li><li><p>Scaphoid</p><p>Lunate</p><p>Triquetrum</p><p>Pisiform</p><p>Trapezium</p><p>Trapezoid Capitate Hamate</p><p>I</p><p>II IIIIV</p><p>V</p><p>Carpals. Right posterior view</p><p>Lateral Medial</p><p>15</p></li><li><p>Trapezium</p><p>Trapezoid</p><p>Capitate</p><p>HamatePisiform</p><p>Scaphoid</p><p>Lunate</p><p>I</p><p>IIIIIIV</p><p>V</p><p>Triquetrum</p><p>Carpals. Right anterior view</p><p>LateralMedial</p><p>16</p></li><li><p>Posterior superior iliac spine</p><p>Posterior inferior iliac spine</p><p>Anterior superior iliac </p><p>spine</p><p>Anterior inferior iliac </p><p>spine</p><p>Iliac crest</p><p>Greater sciatic notch</p><p>Pubis</p><p>Ischium</p><p>Ischial spine</p><p>Ilium</p><p>Iliac fossa</p><p>Obturator foramen Lesser sciatic notch</p><p>Coxal (Pelvic) bone.Right anterior view</p><p>17</p></li><li><p>Posterior superior </p><p>iliac spine</p><p>Posterior inferior iliac </p><p>spine Anterior superior iliac spine</p><p>Anterior inferior iliac spine</p><p>Iliac crest</p><p>Greater sciatic notch</p><p>Pubis</p><p>Ischium</p><p>Ischial spine</p><p>Ilium</p><p>Obturatorforamen</p><p>Lesser sciatic notch</p><p>Acetabulum</p><p>Ischialtuberosity</p><p>Coxal (Pelvic) bone.</p><p>Right posterior view18</p></li><li><p>Posterior superior iliac </p><p>spine</p><p>Anterior superior iliac spine</p><p>Anterior inferior iliac spine</p><p>Iliac crest</p><p>Pubis</p><p>Ischium</p><p>Ilium</p><p>Obturatorforamen</p><p>Acetabulum</p><p>Ischialtuberosity</p><p>Coxal (Pelvic) bone.Right lateral view</p><p>19</p></li><li><p>Pelvic girdle. Anterior view</p><p>Sacrum</p><p>Sacroiliac joint</p><p>Coccyx</p><p>Pubic symphysis</p><p>20</p></li><li><p>Pelvic girdle.Posterior view</p><p>Sacrum</p><p>Coccyx</p><p>Sacroiliac joint</p><p>21</p></li><li><p>Head</p><p>Neck</p><p>Glutealtuberosity</p><p>Greater trochanter</p><p>Lesser trochanter</p><p>Linea aspera</p><p>Medialcondyle</p><p>Medial condyle</p><p>Intercondylarfossa</p><p>Femur.</p><p>Lesser trochanter</p><p>Lateral condyles</p><p>Left Anterior </p><p>view</p><p>Left Posterior </p><p>view</p><p>22</p></li><li><p>Femur.</p><p>Head</p><p>Neck</p><p>Greater trochanters</p><p>Lesser trochanter</p><p>Glutealtuberosity</p><p>Lesser trochanter</p><p>Left anterior view</p><p>Left posterior view</p><p>23</p></li><li><p>Head</p><p>Lesser trochanter</p><p>Fovea capitisfemoris</p><p>Femur.Medial view</p><p>Greater trochanter</p><p>24</p></li><li><p>Femur.</p><p>Lateral condyle</p><p>Medial condyle</p><p>Intercondylar fossa</p><p>Lateral condyle</p><p>Medial condyle</p><p>Left anterior view Left posterior view</p><p>25</p></li><li><p>Patella.</p><p>Base</p><p>Articularsurface (facet)</p><p>Apex</p><p>Anterior view Posterior view</p><p>26</p></li><li><p>Lateral condyles</p><p>Medial condyle</p><p>Medial condyle</p><p>Medial malleolus</p><p>Tibialtuberosity</p><p>Anterior crest </p><p>(border)</p><p>Tibia.</p><p>Left posterior viewLeft anterior view</p><p>Medial malleolus</p><p>27</p></li><li><p>Intercondylareminence</p><p>Lateral condyle</p><p>Medial condyle</p><p>Tibialtuberosity</p><p>Anterior crest (border)</p><p>Tibia.Proximal end, anterior view</p><p>28</p></li><li><p>Lateral malleolus</p><p>HeadFibula.Right anterior view</p><p>29</p></li><li><p>Foot &amp; ankle.Right superior view</p><p>Tarsals</p><p>Calcaneus</p><p>Talus</p><p>Navicular</p><p>Cuboid</p><p>1st (Medial) cuneiform</p><p>2nd (Intermediate) cuneiform</p><p>Metatarsals</p><p>Phalanges (Digits)</p><p>I II III IV V</p><p>Middle phalanxDistal phalanx</p><p>Proximal phalanx</p><p>3rd (Lateral) cuneiform</p><p>30</p></li><li><p>Cal</p><p>Cub</p><p>Tal</p><p>Nav</p><p>M I L</p><p>Tarsals schematic by Rob Swatski31</p></li><li><p>Foot &amp; ankle.Right medial view</p><p>Metatarsals</p><p>Calcaneus</p><p>Phalanges (Digits)</p><p>Talus</p><p>Cuboid</p><p>Navicular3rd</p><p>cuneiform2nd</p><p>cuneiform</p><p>Great (Big) toe</p><p>Tarsals</p><p>V</p><p>IV</p><p>III</p><p>II</p><p>I</p><p>32</p></li><li><p>c Credits cPhotographs and labels by Rob Swatski, 2009-2010</p><p>http://robswatskibiology.wetpaint.com</p><p>This work bears an Attribution-Noncommercial Share Alike Creative Commons license. </p><p>Visit my website for more Anatomy study resources!</p><p>http://www.flickr.com/photos/rswatski</p><p>33</p><p>Please send your comments and feedback to: rjswatsk@hacc.edu</p></li></ul>

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