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1

How many interphalangeal joints are found in one upper limb?

9

2

Each proximal phalanx articulates with a:

Metacarpal

3

Which bones comprise the palm of the hand?

Metacarpals

4

Which joint is formed by the articulation of the proximal end of the middle phalanx with the distal end of the proximal phalanx of the ring finger?

The proximal interphalangeal joint of the fourth digit

5

Which joint is formed by the articulation of the distal end of the middle phalanx with the proximal end of the distal phalanx of the index finger?

The distal interphalangeal joint of the second digit

6

Which joint is a hinge-type joint?

Interphalangeal

7

How many metacarpal bones are found in one upper limb?

5

8

Which of the following articulates with the bases of the metacarpal bones?

Carpals

9

Which joint of the hand is formed by the articulation of the bases of the metacarpals with the bones of the wrist?

Carpometacarpals

10

Which joint is an ellipsoidal joint?

Metacarpophalangeal

11

Which articulation of the upper limb is a saddle joint that allows the thumb to oppose the fingers?

First carpometacarpal

12

Which bones are located in the proximal row of the wrist?

Scaphoid, lunate, pisiform and triquetrum

13

Which bones are located in the distal row of the wrist?

Hamate, capate, trapezium, trapezoid

14

Where in the wrist is the scaphoid located?

Lateral side of the proximal row

15

Where in the wrist is the trapezium located?

Lateral side of the distal row

16

Where in the wrist is the hamate located?

Medial side of the distal row

17

What other name refers to the carpal bone known as the hamate?

The unciform

18

What other name refers to the carpal bone known as the capitate?

Os Magnum

19

What other name refers to the carpal bone known as the trapezium?

Greater multangular

20

What other name refers to the carpal bone known as the trapezoid?

Lesser multangular

21

Which carpal bone only has one name?

Pisiform

22

Which bones are classified as short bones?

Carpals

23

Which joint is the most distal articulation of the wrist?

Carpometacarpal

24

Which joint is the most proximal articulation of the wrist?

Radiocarpal

25

Which two carpal bone are the most lateral bones of the wrist?

Scaphoid and trapezium

26

The lunate is situated between the:

Triquetrum and scaphoid

27

What other name refers to the carpal bone know as the scaphoid?

Navicular

28

Which carpal bone does not articulate with the radius?

Capitate

29

Which bony structures are located on the proximal end of the ulna?

Radial notch, olecranon process and coronoid process

30

Which bony structures are located on the distal end of the ulna?

Ulnar head and styloid process