The arm contains the following bones: ® humerus: bone of the upper arm ® radius: lateral bone of the forearm ® ulna: medial bone of the forearm

® carpals, metacarpals and phalanges of the wrists and hands.

Figure 7.10 Anatomy of the arm: (a) bones (b) muscles (anterior) (c) muscles (posterior).
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