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Appendicular skeleton bones and features 3

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Bones of the forearm and hand (ulna radius and carpals, metacarpals and phalanges) are described and depicted. For anatomy and phsyiology students.

Bones of the forearm and hand (ulna radius and carpals, metacarpals and phalanges) are described and depicted. For anatomy and phsyiology students.


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  • 1. Appendicular Skeleton Bones and Features 3 Lower arms and hands Ulna, radius, carpals metacarpals and phalanges
  • 2. Forearm
  • 3. Practice
  • 4. Practice some more
  • 5. Hand
  • 6. Practice
  • 7. Practice again