The 3D images of the wrist joint and carpal bones are three-dimensional reconstructions obtained from a scanner. 340 anatomical structures of the wrist were labeled, accessible on “Anatomical parts”: General anatomy: the different regions of the wrist and hand (carpal, metacarpal, hypothenar and thenar eminence).
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Plain frontal and side-view X-Rays of the wrist show the lower extremities of the radius and ulna, the radiocarpal joint, the carpal bones (scaphoid, capitate, trapezium, trapezoid, hamate, lunate, pisiform and triquetral) and the carpometacarpal joints. Anatomy atlas , Radiographs , Wrist : Anterior-posterior viewWrist Radiography Ap View Imaios Anatomy En Medical Image Diagram - Chart - diagrams and charts with labels. This diagram depicts Wrist Radiography Ap View Imaios Anatomy En Medical Image
Glenohumeral ligaments (superior, middle and inferior) – the joint capsule is formed by this group of ligaments connecting the humerus to the glenoid fossa. They are the main source of stability for the shoulder, holding it in place and preventing it from dislocating anteriorly. They act to stabilise the anterior aspect of the joint.
The glenohumeral articulation involves the humeral head with the glenoid cavity of the scapula, and it represents the major articulation of the shoulder girdle. The latter also includes minor articulations of the sternoclavicular (SC), acromioclavicular (AC), and scapulothoracic joints.
The shoulder ligaments are tough, elastic bands of connective tissues. They connect bone to bone, support the shoulder joints and limit their movement, playing a vital role in passive shoulder stability. The shoulder is made up of a number of different joints, and each of these joints are supported by a number of ligaments.Anatomy Glenohumeral Joint Shoulder Ligaments En Medical Image Diagram - Chart - diagrams and charts with labels. This diagram depicts Anatomy Glenohumeral Joint Shoulder Ligaments En Medical Image
The human arm is divided into two main regions, the portion from the elbow to the wrist known as the forearm, and the segment from the shoulder to the elbow referred to as the arm. Arm muscle anatomy enables the arm to perform a variety of movements, including flexion, extension, pronation, and supination.
Each of these two sections of the human arm consists of arm muscle anatomy that allows for the flexion, extension, pronation, and supination of the arm, as will be further discussed below. While four muscles are responsible for the upper arm musculature, there are over twenty muscles that move the forearm, wrist, hands, and fingers.
Arm muscle anatomy enables the arm to perform a variety of movements, including flexion, extension, pronation, and supination. The forearm flexors include the biceps brachii, coracobrachialis, and brachialis muscles, which help to bend the arm at the elbow, as when flexing one’s arm to show off the muscles.Muscles Arm Human Anatomy Illustration Diagram En Medical Image Diagram - Chart - diagrams and charts with labels. This diagram depicts Muscles Arm Human Anatomy Illustration Diagram En Medical Image