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Scaphoid

Navicular

2

Lunate

Semilunar

3

Triquetrum

Triquetral, Cuneiform, triangular

4

Pisiform

No other name

5

Trapezium

Greater multangular

6

Capitate

Os Magnum

7

Trapezoid

Lesser multangular

8

Hamate

Unciform

9

Articulates with the radius proximally

Lunate

10

Articulates anteriorly with the hamate

Triquetrum

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Number of phalanges

14

12

Number of metacarpals

5

13

Number of carpal bones

8

14

Proximal row of carpal bones

Scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform

15

Carpal bones in the distal row

Trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate

16

Bones in the hand

27

17

Bone on lateral side of forearm

Radius

18

Bone on the medial side of the forearm

Ulna

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Which bone classification are the metacarpals?

Long

20

Which bone classification are the carpal bones?

Short

21

Which bones articulate with the heads of the metacarpal bones?

Proximal phalanges

22

What group of bones articulates with the bases of metacarpal bones?

Carpals

23

What part of a metacarpal bone (base or head) forms part of each metocarpophalangeal joint?

Head

24

Which of the following types of upper limb joints are formed in part by the bases of the metacarpals?

Carpometacarpal

25

How are the metacarpals identified?

Numbered 1-5 from lateral (thumb side) to medial side (little finger side)

26

What is the most distal portion of each metacarpal?

Head

27

How many proximal phalanges are found in one hand?

5

28

How many middle phalanges are found in one hand?

4

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How many distal phalanges are found in one hand?

5

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What kinds of movements do the interphalangeal joints allow?

Flexion and extension