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No, the inguinal is part of the appendicular region, it is part of the axial region.

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no the axillary is part of the appendicular region.


The sural part of the appendicular skeleton would be referring to the sural region. This is located on the calf, not the shin, but the calf. The calf is part of the leg, and the leg is part of the appendicular skeleton.


No its not, it is part of the appendicular skeletonNo, it is part of the appendicular skeleton


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For the most part yes. The only part of the axial skeleton it is in contact with is the sacrum and coccyx. But is it also attached to the iliac crest which is appendicular and its main action is extension and lateral rotation of the thigh.


They are both. upper part, such as collar bone is in appendicular skeleton, and lower part, such as fibula is in appendicular system.



yes the clavicles are considered part of the appendicular skeleton


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Yes, the pelvis is part of the appendicular skeleton.


The humerus, or upper arm bone, is part of an appendage (the arm), so is part of the appendicular skeleton.


Your hips are your pelvic bones and they are part of you appendicular skeleton that also contains the legs.


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An inguinal hernia is a bulge that occurs in your groin region, the area between the lower part of your abdomen and your thigh. Inguinal hernias occur because of a weakening of the muscles in the lower abdomen.


No, they are part of the appendicular skeleton.


No. It is part of the appendicular skeleton.


yes, and the only axial-appendicular joint is the sternoclavicular joint, which is right between clavicle and manubrium (part of the sternum). XD



no.it's part of the axial skeleton.


No, it's part of the appendicular skeleton.


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No, the tibia is part of the appendicular skeleton


Yes - the shoulders, arms, wrists, hands, hips, legs, ankles, and feet are all part of the appendicular skeleton.



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