Humerus - Anterior View

Humerus- Anterior view 1.JPG A: The subscapularis muscle inserts on this projection that is more anterior and medial. 

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B: This lateral projection helps to form the rounded contour of the shoulder.

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C: This rounded projection fits into the glenoid foss of the scapula.

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D: The subscapularis muscle inserts on this projection that is more anterior and medial.

 Question D

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E: This lateral projection helps to form the rounded contour of the shoulder.

 Question E

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F: This depression contains a tendon of the biceps brachii muscle.

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G: This is the location of the epiphyseal or growth plate.

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H: This is a common fracture site.

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I: This depression contains a tendon of the biceps brachii muscle.

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J: The deltoid muscle inserts on this roughened area.

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K: The deltoid muscle inserts on this roughened area.

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L: Some extensor muscles located on the antebrachium have an origin here. Visual Aid

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M: This depressed area receives the coronoid process of the ulna.

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N: Some extensor muscles located on the antebrachium have an origin here.

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O: This rounded condyle articulates with the head of the radius.

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P: This pulley-shaped condyle fits into the trochlear notch of the ulna.

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Q: Some flexor muscles located on the antebrachium have an origin here.

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R: This pulley-shaped condyle fits into the trochlear notch of the ulna.

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S: This rounded condyle articulates with the head of the radius.

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