Upper Arm Fractures
Humerus Fracture - Broken Upper Armthe your
This diagram of an anterior view of the right arm bones includes the shoulder joint, all of the arm itself, and also the wrist and hand bones. It is based on a photo of a model of a human skeleton, hence the metal visible at the joints. The humerus bone is the largest and longest bone in the arm. It consists of two extremities , the head of humerus at the top and a lower extremity on either side of which are the internal medial and external lateral condyles. The two extremities of the humerus bone are separated by the shaft of the humerus bone. The elbow joint is formed by the articulations between three bones, the humerus, the ulna, and the radius and comprises three parts:.
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