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supraspinous fossa

acromioclavicular joint

acromion

acromion

axillary (lateral) border

capitulum

carpal bones

clavicle

coronoid fossa

coronoid process

deltoid tuberosity

distal carpal bones

glenoid fossa

greater tubercle

head of radius

head

humeroradial joint

humeroscapular joint

humeroulnar joint

humerus (left anterior)

infraglenoid tubercle

infraspinous process

intertubercular groove

lateral epicondyle

radius (left anterior)

ulna (left anterior)

humerus (left posterior)

radius (left posterior)

scapula (left posterior)

ulna (left posterior)

lesser tubercle

medial epicondyle

metacarpal bones (thumb=1)

olecranon fossa

olecranon process

phalanges (thumb=1)

proximal carpals

radial fossa

radial notch

radial tuberosity

humerus (right anterior)

humerus (right posterior)

scapula (right posterior)

scapula (left anterior)

spine

styloid process

styloid process

subscapular fossa

supraglenoid tubercle

trochlea

trochlear notch

vertebral (medial) border

superior border

What bones/structures make up the acromioclavicular joint?

Acromion of scapula and acromial end (of clavical)

What bones/structures make up the humeroscapular joint?

Glenoid cavity (of scapula) and head (of humerus)

What bones/structures make up the humeroulnar joint?

Trochlea of humerus and trochlear notch of ulna

What bones/structures make up the humeroradial joint?

Head of radius and capitulum of humerus