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Arm anatomy

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1 ARM ANATOMY: In anatomy, an arm refers to the part between the shoulder and the elbow; and the part between the elbow and the wrist is called the forearm. But, when common people use the term arm, they usually refer to all the parts together, from the shoulder to the end of the fingers. Leonardo Da Vinci has been one of the first people to do arm anatomy. ...read more.

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Musculature anatomy of arm: Is made of: -Veins: they are very easy to see through the skin, and there are lots of them. -Arteries: The main artery is the brachial artery. -Blood vessels. -Muscles. * Most of these muscles are used everyday, in simple works such as writing or stretching someone's hand. 2 Skeletal anatomy of arm: Is made of: 3 main bones of the arm -Bones: Humerus: Is between your shoulder and your elbow. ...read more.

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They can show you where exactly the veins, the muscles and the bones are, as well as many other things. -These one shows the musculature of the arm. -These one shows the main veins in the arm. 3 -These one shows some bones and muscles inside our hands These one shows someone's head, and the drawing represents a brain. (I think it has hurt a lot!) These one represents a heart, in black and white. It has been done in the exact place where the heart is. The End, Hoped you've liked it! 4 ...read more.

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