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Upper Limb Bones
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Skull Facial Bones
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Ribs and Sternum
Introduction: The adult human skeleton is a framework of 206 bones […]
An introduction to the tibia and fibula bones of the leg. Learn about the different markings and test yourself.
A detailed review of the anterior view of the radius and ulna, supplemented by the beautiful GBS illustrations.
The bone markings of the anterior scapula include the superior border, medial border, lateral border, superior angle, lateral angle, inferior angle, coracoid process, suprascapular notch, glenoid cavity, infraglenoid tubercle, and the suprascapular fossa.
The radius and ulna are the bones of the forearm. The forearm is the region of the upper limb that extends from the elbow to the wrist.
The anterior markings of the humerus bone.
The atlas bone is the first of seven cervical vertebrae. It supports the weight of the skull. The name for the bone was derived from a deity of Greek mythology called Atlas, who supported the heavens.
Each os coxa bone (hip bone) is made up of , which […]
Introduction to Clavicle bone anatomy: It is often difficult to determine […]
The five lumbar vertebrae are located in the lower back and are noticeably larger and stronger than the other vertebrae.