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Clavicle

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In human anatomy, the clavicle or collarbone is a long bone that serves as a strut between the ... From the roughly pyramidal sternal end, each collarbone curves laterally and anteriorly for roughly...

Clavicle | Define Clavicle at Dictionary.com

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Clavicle definition, a bone of the pectoral arch. See more. ... And the clavicle alone, Berger says, would have electrified the world of paleoanthropology.

Introduction to Clavicle bone or Collarbone Anatomy - GetBodySmart

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A tutorial that introduces the location, structure, and function of the clavicle bone or collarbone using interactive animations and diagrams. ... Follow Us: Home > Skeletal ... The medial end curves anteriorly and the lateral end curves posteriorly.

Broken collarbone - aftercare: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

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A broken or fractured collarbone often occurs from falling and landing on ... Follow-up with an orthopedist (bone doctor) is recommended for all clavicle fractures. ... Do not place rings on your fingers until your provider tells you it is safe to do so ...

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Clavicle (Collarbone) Anatomy - Human Anatomy

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Viewed from the anterior position, the clavicle forms a convex curve at its medial end before forming a smaller concave curve near its lateral end. The lateral end ...

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... evolved wide clavicles that allowed them to hang suspended from branches and ... To follow the head, a baby's shoulders must also rotate two times to work ... "Bipedalism is a unique and bizarre form of locomotion," says Craig Stanford, an ... extend our knees; the way our lower back curves forward and our thighbone  ...