The humerus bone is a bone of the:
a. upper extremity
b. lower extremity
c. spinal column
Long bones are a sub-type of skeletal structure that have two articulating portions called epiphyses, and one long region between the two called a diaphysis. Long bones are also unique because they contain a medullary cavity within the shaft, which works to produce formed elements in the blood.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The humerus bone is a bone of the a. upper extremity.
This is the largest bone in the upper extremity and acts as the connection between the...
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fromChapter 13 / Lesson 5
This lesson will provide a detailed overview of the humerus bone including the different parts and where they are located, the function of the humerus bone, and what happens when the humerus is fractured.