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  • Identify the bone and whether it is right or left (if that applies).
    • Explain how to differentiate between a male and female pelvis.
    • Identify any specific joints/articulations this bone is found in and other bones involved in the articulation.
    • Identify any markings or structures listed below on the bone (ex: fossa, cavity, process, etc).

Appendicular - Shoulder Region

Clavicle

Scapula

  • spine of the scapula
    • medial, lateral, and superior borders
  • superior angle
  • inferior angle
  • acromion (acromial process)
  • coracoid process
  • supraspinous fossa
  • infraspinous fossa
  • subscapular fossa
  • glenoid cavity (glenoid fossa)

Humerus

  • head of the humerus
  • greater tubercle
  • lesser tubercle
  • anatomical neck
  • surgical neck
  • deltoid tuberosity
  • trochlea
  • capitulum
  • olecranon fossa
  • medial epicondyle
  • lateral epicondyle

Arms to Hand

Ulna

  • styloid process of the ulna
  • olecranon
  • trochlear (semilunar) notch

Radius

  • styloid process of the radius

Carpals

  • (on an articulated hand only; you need to identify each one)
  • Scaphoid, lunate, pisiform, hamate, triquetrum, trapezoid, capitate, trapezium

Metacarpals

Phalanges

Pelvic Girdle

Coxal bone(s)

  • os(sa) coxa(e)
    • ilium
    • ischium
    • pubis
  • acetabulum
  • obturator foramen

ilium

  • iliac spine
  • iliac crest
  • iliac fossa (on the anterior surface only)
  • greater sciatic notch

ischium

  • ischial (sciatic) spine
  • ischial ramus
  • lesser sciatic notch

pubis

  • superior ramus of the pubis
  • inferior ramus of the pubis
  • pubic symphyseal surface
  • Pubic symphysis

femur

  • head of the femur
  • neck of the femur
  • greater trochanter
  • lesser trochanter
  • medial condyle
  • lateral condyle
  • medial epicondyle
  • lateral epicondyle
  • gluteal tuberosity

patella

tibia

  • medial condyle
  • lateral condyle
  • tibial tuberosity
  • medial malleolus

fibula

  • head of the fibula
  • lateral malleolus

tarsals

  • (on an articulated foot; you need to identify each one)
  • calcaneus, talus, cuneiforms (medial, middle and lateral), cuboid, navicular

metatarsals

phalanges

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