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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 5

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Plate 5: Bones of the upper limb.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed


  1. The left clavicle from the front and above.
  2. The left clavicle, showing its inferior and posterior surface.
  3. The left scapula, from its posterior or outer surface.
  4. The left scapula seen from anterior face or the medial side.
  5. The left scapula seen from the front and outside.
  6. The left humerus (os brachii), is seen from the posterior or dorsal surface.
  7. The left humerus seen from the front or volar (palmar) side.
  8. The left ulna seen from behind or from its dorsal surface.
  9. The left ulna seen from the volar surface.
  10. The left radius seen from the volar surface.
  11. The left radius seen from its outer side or dorsum.
  12. The bones of the right hand and their assemblage seen from the dorsal surface.
  13. Carpal and metacarpal bones seen from the posterior or dorsal surface.
  14. The bones of the left carpus and hand viewed from the palmar or volar side.
  15. The bones of the left carpus (upper row) seen from their volar surface.
  16. The bones of the left carpus (lower row) seen from the metacarpal surface.
  17. The upper row of carpal bones seen from their distal or digitial surfaces.
  18. The lower row of carpal bones of the left hand from their digital surfaces.
Plate 5: Bones of the upper limb.

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The left clavicle from the front and above. The left clavicle, showing its inferior and posterior surface. The left scapula, from its posterior or outer surface. The left scapula seen from anterior face or the medial side. The left scapula seen from the front and outside. The left humerus (os brachii), is seen from the posterior or dorsal surface. The left humerus seen from the front or volar (palmar) side. The left ulna seen from behind or from its dorsal surface. The left ulna seen from the volar surface. The left radius seen from the volar surface. The left radius seen from its outer side or dorsum. The bones of the right hand and their assemblage seen from the dorsal surface. Carpal and metacarpal bones seen from the posterior or dorsal surface. The bones of the left carpus and hand viewed from the palmar or volar side. The bones of the left carpus (upper row) seen from their volar surface. The bones of the left carpus (lower row) seen from the metacarpal surface. The upper row of carpal bones seen from their distal or digitial surfaces. The lower row of carpal bones of the left hand from their digital surfaces.
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