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1
Q

What is the bone in question? 

What is A? 

A

Scapula

Acromion Process

2
Q

What is B? 

A

The caracoid process

3
Q

What is C?

A

The supraglenoid fossa

4
Q

What is D? 

A

The glenoid fossa?

5
Q

What is E?

A

The lateral border 

6
Q

What is F?

A

The inferior angle

7
Q

What is G?

A

Medial border

8
Q

What is H? 

A

Subscapular fossa

9
Q

What is I?

A

The superior border

10
Q

What is J?

A

The superior angle 

11
Q

What is K?

A

The scapular notch 

12
Q

What does the scapula enable the movement of? 

A

The upper limb 

13
Q

What does the scapula provide for the humerus?

A

An articulating surface

14
Q

What binds to the scapula via the corocoid process? 

A

Pectoralis minor 

15
Q

What three muscles of the chest bind to scapula?

A

Pectoralis Major

Pectoralis Minor

Serratus Anterior 

16
Q

Why is the scapula not prone to fracture?

If it does fracture, where does it break? 

A

Covered by muscles on both sides

If fracture occurs, will occur in subcutaneous acromiom 

17
Q

What is the bone shown? 

A

The humerus 

18
Q

What is A?

A

The head

19
Q

What is B?

A

The anatomic neck

20
Q

What is C?

A

The surgical neck 

21
Q

What is D?

A

The radial groove

22
Q

What is E?

A

The medial supracondylar ridge

23
Q

What is F? 

A

Olecrannon Fossa

24
Q

What is G?

A

The lateral epicondyle

25
Q

What is H?

A

The trochlea

26
Q

What is I?

A

The medial epicondyle 

27
Q

What is J?

A

The trochlea

28
Q

What is K?

A

Capitulum 

29
Q

What is L?

A

Coronoid fossa

30
Q

What is M? 

A

Lateral epicondyle

31
Q

What is N?

A

radial fossa

32
Q

What is O? 

A

Lateral suprecondylar ridge 

33
Q

What is P?

A

Deltoid tuberosity 

34
Q

What is Q?

A

Surgical neck

35
Q

What is R? What muscle connects to it? 

A

The intertubecular groove, the pectoralis major

36
Q

What is S?

A

Lesser tubercle

37
Q

What is T?

A

Greater tubercle

38
Q

What is UVWXYZ?

A

The anatomic neck 

39
Q

Give two muscles which attach to the humerus

A

Bicep brachii and pectoralis major

40
Q

What does humerus serve as? 

A

Leaver for arm

41
Q

Where does the humerus articulate with the scapula? 

Where does the humerus articulate with the radius and ulna? 

A

At the glenohumeral joint for scapula

At the elbow joint for the radius and ulna

42
Q

Where is a common fracture on the humerus? 

A

On the surgical neck 

43
Q

What nerve is found around surgical neck of humerus, and what could a fracture result in? 

A

Axillary nerve

A fall on surgical neck could compress or damage axillary nerve causing parasthesia (pins and needles) and a loss of motor function