GROSS ANATOMY

GROSS ANATOMY

ARM FOREARM

Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
List the three bones of the arm?
A
Femur, Tibia, radius
B
Humerus, ulna, radius
C
Radius, tarsal, xiphoid
D
hyoid, pelvis, vertebrae
Explanation: 

Detailed explanation-1: -Your arm is made up of three bones: the upper arm bone (humerus) and two forearm bones (the ulna and the radius). The term “broken arm” may refer to a fracture in any of these bones.

Detailed explanation-2: -The forearm consists of two bones, the radius and the ulna, with the ulna is located on the pinky side and the radius on your thumb side.

Detailed explanation-3: -Your ulna and radius are the two bones that make up your forearm. They share the functions that let your arm and wrist move. The ulna is slightly longer than the radius. It’s on the same side of your forearm as your pinkie fingers.

Detailed explanation-4: -Your radius is one of two bones in your forearm. The other is your ulna. The radius is opposite your ulna, on the lateral (thumb) side of your forearm. Your radius rotates over your ulna when you stretch your arm straight out in front of you with your palms facing down.

Detailed explanation-5: -The radius is a long bone, one of the four types of bone in the body. A long bone is a dense, strong bone characterized as being longer than it is wide. The shaft is known as the diaphysis and the end of a long bone is called an epiphysis.

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