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What 3 parts are in the Clavicle?

Sternal end, Acromial end, and Conoid tubercle

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What 15 parts are in the Scapula?

Superior border, Suprascapular notch, Acromion, Coracoid process, Glenoid cavity, Supraglenoid tubercle, Subscapular fossa, Infraspinous fossa, Lateral border, Medial border, Supraspinous fossa, Spine, Superior angle, Inferior angle, Lateral angle

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What 5 parts are in the Sternum?

Manubrium, Sternal angle, Body, Xiphoid process, and Sternal notch

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What 15 parts are in the Humerus?

Greater tubercle, Lesser tubercle, Intertubular sulcus, Deltoid tuberosity, Coronoid fossa, Radial fossa, Radial groove, Olecranon fossa, Lateral epicondyle, Capitulum, Trochlea, Medial epicondyle, Surgical Neck, and Anatomical Neck

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What 4 parts are in the Radius?

Head, Neck, Radial tuberosity, and Styloid process

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What 7 parts are in the Ulna?

Olecranon, Trochlear notch, Coronoid process, Ulnar tuberosity, Ulnar notch, Head of ulna, and Styloid process

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What 3 parts are in the Phalanges?

Proximal phalanx, Middle phalanx, and Distal phalanx

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Articulations:
A rounded knob that articulates with another bone (occipital condyles of the skull)

Condyle

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Articulations:
A smooth, flat, slightly concave or convex articulate surface (articulate facets of the vertebrae)

Facet

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Articulations:
The prominent expanded end of a bone, sometimes rounded (head of the femur)

Head

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Expansions and projections:
A narrow ridge (iliac crest of the pelvis)

Crest

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Expansions and projections:
An expended region superior to a condyle (medial epicondyle of the femur)

Epicondyle

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Expansions and projections:
A slightly raised, elongated ridge (nuchal lines of the skull)

Line

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Expansions and projections:
Any bony prominence (mastoid process of the skull)

Process

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Expansions and projections:
A bony outgrowth or protruding part (mental protuberance of the chin)

Protuberance

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Expansions and projections:
A sharp, slender, or narrow process (mental spines of the mandible)

Spine

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Expansions and projections:
Two massive processes unique to the femur

Trochanter

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Expansions and projections:
A small, rounded process (greater tubercle of the humerus)

Tubercle

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Expansions and projections:
A rough elevated surface (tibial tuberosity)

Tuberosity

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Depressions:
A pit or socket (tooth socket)

Alveolus

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Depressions:
A shallow, broad, or elongated basin (mandibular fossa)

Fossa

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Depressions:
A small pit (fovea capitis of the femur)

Fovea

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A groove for a tendon, nerve, or blood vessel (intertubercular sulcus of the humerus)

Sulcus

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Passages and cavities:
A tubular passage or tunnel in a bone (auditory canal of the skull)

Canal

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Passages and cavities:
A slit through a bone (orbital fissures behind the eye)

Fissure

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Passages and cavities:
A hole through a bone, usually round (foremen magnum of the skull)

Foramen

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Passages and cavities:
An opening into a canal (external acoustic meatus of the ear)

Meatus

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Passages and cavities:
An air-filled space in a bone (frontal sinus of the forehead)

Sinus