Elbow Joint:Anatomy,Movement & Muscle involvement

Elbow Joint: The elbow is a synovial variety of hinge joint, formed within the distal end of the humerus and the proximal ends of the ulna and radius in the forearm. The elbow permits for[...]

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phalanges bones

Phalanges Bones Anatomy

The phalanges are the terminal bones of the hand. There are fourteen phalanges in the hand, the thumb, which only has two; a proximal and a distal phalanx, with each finger having three; a proximal,[...]

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metacarpal bones

Metacarpal Bones Anatomy

The metacarpal bones, form the intermediate part of the hand located within the phalanges of the fingers and the carpal bones of the wrist. The metacarpal bones are similar to the metatarsal bones in the[...]

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Lung developmental phases

Lung developmental phases

Lung development in a fetus begins throughout the embryonic phase, at about four weeks of gestational age. Very early in development, what will eventually be a baby is nothing more than a cell ball, wherever[...]

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carpal bones in the hand

Carpal Bones Anatomy

Carpal bones are positioned in the wrist which attaches the radius and ulna of the forearm among the metacarpal bones of the hand and is composed of eight individual carpal bones which are arranged in[...]

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Teres Minor Muscle

Upper Limb Question With Answer P.4

1. What is the name of the triangular plate of bone which is located at the side and back of the chest wall? A. Scapula B. Acromion C. Clavicle D. Glenoid 2. This muscle arises[...]

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anatomy of the radius & ulna

Ulna Anatomy-Muscle Attachment & Bony Landmark

Ulna: The ulna is a long bone in the forearm.When in anatomical position, it is found on the medial side of the forearm. It goes parallel to the radius, and ulna is the larger and[...]

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anatomy quiz upper limb

Upper Limb Question With Answer P.3

1. In the posterior compartment of the arm: A. Triceps is supplied by brachial artery itself B. Medial head lies deep to the lateral head triceps C. Myotomal supply to triceps is C5,6 D. Radial[...]

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radius muscle attachment

Radius Anatomy-Muscle Attachment & Bony Landmark

Radius: The radius is a long bone in the forearm. It lies laterally and parallels to the ulna, It rotates to produce the motion supination and pronation of the forearm. The radius and the ulna[...]

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upper limb quiz

Upper Limb Question With Answer P.2

1. Pectoralis Major: A. Is the only m supplied by all 5 segments of the brachial plexus B. Is a lateral rotator of the arm C. Arise only from clavicle, sternum & upper 6 costal cartilages[...]

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