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Anatomy & Physiology Lab I
Appendicular Skeleton
ScapulaA. Acromian- point of the shoulder on the dorsal aspect
B. Coracoid process- large protrusion anterior to acromian
C. Glenoid fossa- flat portion just between acromian and coracoid; where humerus articulates
D. Spine of the scapula
Clavicle- collar bone
Humerus- you must be able to distinguish right and left
A. Head- enlarged rounded portion on the superior end
B. Olecranon fossa
C. Coronoid fossa
D. Trochlea- smooth medial rounded region
E. Capitulum- smooth rounded lateral region
A. Trochlear notch
B. Olecranon process
C. Coronoid process
D. Styloid Process of Ulna
A. Head
B. Radial tuberosity
C. Styloid process
A. Carpals
B. Metacarpals- numbered 1 through 5
C. Phalanges- proximal, middle, and distal, numbered 1-5. Be prepared to identify specific
phalanges. Please pay attention to the instructions given in class for naming the phalanges on
both the hand and foot. On the lab test, you must write the name in the correct order, correct
terminology, and with no abbreviation.
Os coxa
A. Acetabulum
B. Obturator foramen
C. Ilium
D. Ischium
E. Pubis
Femur- you must be able to distinguish right and left
A. Head
B. Neck
C. Greater Trochanter
D. Lesser Trochanter
E. Fovea capitus
F. Medial and lateral condyles
G. Intercondylar fossa
Tibia- you must be able to distinguish right and left
A. Tibial tuberosity
B. Medial malleolus
A. Head
B. Lateral malleolus
A. Metatarsals
B. Phalanges
C. Tarsals- bones of the ankles
A. Talus
B. Calcaneous