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Acromion (scapula)

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Large spine off back

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Clavicle

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Wavy, thicker than a rib

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Tell left from right (scapula)

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Spine toward back, joint goes out

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Coracoid process (scapula)

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Thinner spine, towards front

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Glenoid cavity (scapula)

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Socket

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Subscapular fossa (scapula)

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Big dent on side towards the body

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Supraspinous fossa (scapula)

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Small dent on top, between acromion and coracoid process

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Infraspinous fossa (scapula)

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Opposite the subscapular fossa

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Spine (scapula)

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Ridge leading to acromion

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Left from right (humerus)

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Large head towards body, big hole towards back

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Greater tubercle (humerus)

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Lump on top, close to head

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Lesser tubercle (humerus)

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Sticks out to the front, near the top

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Head of humerus

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Large knob on top

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Radial fossa (humerus)

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Dent above capitulum, on side

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Coronoid fossas (humerus)

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Big dent in the middle, facing front

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Capitulum (humerus)

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Lump on the outer side, facing front

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Trochlea (humerus)

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Below the coronoid fossa, very bottom in the middle

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Medial epicondyle (humerus)

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Bump towards the middle

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Lateral epicondyle (humerus)

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Bump towards the outside

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Olecranon fossa (humerus)

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Giant hole facing the back

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Head of radius

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Goes to elbow, perfect circle

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Neck of radius

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Right below the head

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Styloid process of radius

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Poky off the bottom

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Olecranon process (ulna)

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Big process off the top

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Trochlear notch (ulna)

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Inside of the olecranon process

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Coronoid process (ulna)

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Bottom of the trochlear notch

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Head of unla

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Little lump on the bottom

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Styloid process of ulna

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Tiny poky off the head

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Carpals

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Wrist bones

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Metacarpals

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Hand bones

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Phalanges

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Fingers

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Coxal bone

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Male from female (Coxal)

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Left from right (Coxal)

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Good phone when held from greater sciatic notch

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Ilium (Coxal)

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Right above the socket, towards inside

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Ischium (Coxal)

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Opposite pubic in back

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Pubic (Coxal)

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Front, opposite the ischium

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Iliac crest (Coxal)

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Edge of ilium, towards the outside

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Acetabulum (Coxal)

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The socket

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Pubic symphysis (Coxal)

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Connects the Coxal bones

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Greater sciatic notch (Coxal)

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Where you put your thumb for the phone call

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Lesser sciatic notch (Coxal)

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Below the greater sciatic notch

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Auricular surface (Coxal)

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Lower part of the rough stuff up top

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Obturator foramen (Coxal)

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Big hole between pubic and ischium

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Patella

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Circle lump

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Head of femur

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Giant ball

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Neck of femur

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Connects the ball to the rest of the bone

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Greater trochanter

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Lump next to the neck

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Lesser trochanter (femur)

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Lump at the bottom of the neck

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Lines aspera (femur)

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Line down the back

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Lateral condyle (femur)

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On back towards the outside

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Medial condyle (femur)

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On back towards the inside

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Lateral epicondyle (femur)

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On front towards the outside

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Medial epicondyle (femur)

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On front towards the inside

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Intercondylar notch (femur)

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Between condyles

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Left from right (femur)

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Head towards the hip, condyles and intercondylar notch to the back

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Head of fibula

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Lump off the top

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Lateral malleolus (fibula)

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Lump off bottom, outside of ankle

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Tarsals

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Ankle

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Metatarsals

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Sole of foot

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Phalanges

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Toes

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Medial condyle (tibia)

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Bump on top, towards the middle

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Lateral condyle (tibia)

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Bump on top towards the outside

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Intercondylar eminence (tibia)

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Little bumps on the very top

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Medial malleolus (tiia)

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Lump on bottom, inside of the ankle

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Tibial tuberosity

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Bump near top on the front

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Left from right (tibia)

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Tuberosity to the front, malleolus towards the middle

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