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Bones and Cartilages

Metacarpal Bones

The Metacarpal bones are the bones present in the hands. Metacarpal bones are located in between the phalanges of the fingers and the carpal bones of the wrist and creates the intermediate part of the skeletal hand. The hand consist of five metacarpal bones which are conventionally

Bones of the Upper Limb

It is compulsory to have a study of bones of the upper limb and to understand the topography and the attachment of various muscles and ligaments of the upper limb. Students must go through the features and attachments of the bones prior to the study of the upper limb.   The study

Clavicle

The Collar bone or Clavicle (L. clavicle = key) is the long bone, having a slight S-shaped curve. Horizontally collar bone lies at the junction of root of the neck and trunk on the frontal aspects of body. Collar bone articulates along with the sternum and 1st

Scapula

The Scapula (or shoulder blade) is a big, flattened, and triangular bone. The scapula is located on the upper part of the posterolateral aspect of the thorax, opposing second to seventh ribs. A change in movement or scapular positioning might cause your shoulder, and can make it

Humerus

The Humerus is referred to as the bone of the arm and sometimes commonly referred to as the funny bone. It is the longest and also strongest bone of the upper limb. Many muscles which manipulate the arm, at the forearm, at the elbow and the shoulder are

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