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radial =
ulna =
radial is thumb side, ulna is pinky side
ulna tuberosity is easiest to identify - related to the ELBOW processes (lateral epicondyle of the humerus and the olcreanean process)
name the topographical sites of the arm based on tg pg 116 LATERAL
brachioradialis, extensor crease of wrist, extensor digitorum muscles, metacarpophelangeal joints, head of the ulna, shaft of the ulna, extensor bellies, olecranon process of the ulna, lateral epicondyle of the ulna
lion to thumb (radial side) and around the arm (to ulnar side) (use your left arm as the model)
name the topo sites of the arm - ANTERIOR (underside/yin side)
biceps brachii tendon, brachioradialis, palmaris longus tendon, flexor carpi radialis tendon, thenar eminence, hypothenar eminence, flexor crease of the wrist, flexor carpi ulnaris tendon, flexor bellies, medial epicondyle of the humerus
name the bones of the arms
humerus, radius, ulna, carpals *8*, metacarpals, phalanges
review the letters
sally took harry
name the joints of the arms (3 on forearm)
humeroradial joint
proximal radioular joint
distal radioulnar
name bones of the hand
8 carpals: scaphoid, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate, pisiform, triquetrum, lunate
5 metacarpals:
5 phalanges with prox, middle and distal bones)
scaph, lun, triq, pisi, ham, cap, trap trapizium
name the joints of the hand
midcarpal joints
carpometacarpal joints
intermetacarpal joints
metacarpophalangeal joint
distal interphanlangeal joints
bony landmarks on the forearm - includes humerus ANTERIOR
lateral supracondylar ridge, lateral condyle, radial fossa, capitulum and
medial supra condylar ridge, medial condyle, coranoid fossa, trochlea
bony landmarks on the forearm - includes humerus POSTERIOR
medial supracondylar ridge, medial epicondyle, groove for ulnar nerce, lateral supracondylar ridge, olecranon fossa (socket) lateral epicondyle, olecranon process