Which of the following bone names or markings is described as the wrist bones?
E. coracoid process
F. coronoid fossa
G. deltioid tuberosity
H. glenoid cavity
K. olecranon fossa
L. olecranon process
N. radial tuberosity
R. styloid process
The wrist is an anatomical area that occurs between a long bone of the forearm and the hand. The term "wrist" is quite ambiguous because there are many different definitions as to what the wrist is. Some may say it is the area of the wrist bones, the wrist joint, or both.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The wrist bones are known as the carpal bones or the carpals. This is consistent with answer choice "C". There are eight carpal bones total...
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