The shoulder is called the glenohumeral joint, and the wrist is the radiocarpal joint but the elbow is pretty much just called the elbow.
the name of wrist joint is Radio-carpal joint.
... the wrist joint?... or Radiocarpal joint if you want to be scientifically correct
The shoulder girdle (technical name is the pectoral girdle) holds the should joint in place.
the anatomical name of shoulder joint is glenohumeral joint.
shoulder joint hip joint and knee joint. shoulder joint hip joint and knee joint.
The radio carpal joint
There isn't one.
There are actually only two. The glenohumeral (or scapulohumeral) which is the joint between the humerus and the glenoid cavity of the scapula, and the acromioclavicular, which is the joint between the clavicle and the acromion of the scapula. I guess you could also include the sternoclavicular, which is the joint between the sternum and the clavicle, but that is not technically part of the shoulder girdle.
Carpals then the ones in your hands are metacarpals
The shoulder girdle is actually the clavicle scapula and top of sternum. The bony process at top of shoulder is the acromion process which connects with the spine of the scapula. The joint between this and the clavicle is known as the AC joint (Acromioclavicular). These bones make up the shoulder girdle
our wrist is an example of gliding joint.
The wrist joint doesn't have a proper name. It's made up of 8 different bone- Lunate, Triquetrum, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Hamate, Capitate and Scapoid. :)
she has a unicorn on her shoulder at the minute, before that she had her name in ancient greek and the ying yang symbol. no one knows what the one on her wrist says at the moment.
Your shoulder.. Your hip..
knee, elbow, shoulder, wrist, ankle, hip
The joint above the hand is easy but it is called the wrist.. Come on seriously who doent knoe that?
the shoulder bone is called the shoulder blade or scapula There are three bones that make up the shoulder unit: the clavicle (or collarbone), which is the connection between the arm and the trunk, the scapula (or shoulderblade), which connects to the clavicle at the acromion process and contains the glenoid, which together with the humerus, forms the glenohumeral joint, or what is better known as the "shoulder joint." These three are functionally inseparable, however.
I'm afraid that your question is meaningless - the wrist is the carpus.
Synovial joint is another name for it.the ball-and-socket joint allow the greatest rang of motion. The ball-and-socket joint in your shoulder allows you to swing your arm freely in a circle. and did you know hips also has a ball-and-socket joint
The upper arm, from shoulder to elbow, is the brachium. The lower arm, from elbow to wrist, is the antebrachium.
Outer or inner? The bone between the shoulder and the elbow is the humerus. The two bones in the forearm (between the elbow and the wrist) are the larger, longer bone, the radius, and the smaller bone, the ulna.
The joint between the pubic symphysis is a cartilaginous joint and also a gliding joint.