I am not TOTALLY sure. I asked this question to get an answer, but instead I saw something ridiculous that didn't do me much good, so I will tell you what I know:
The clavicle is the collar bone. It is located right below the neck and it is on top of your shoulders. It's purpose is to link the scapula and the sternum, or breast bone.
The clavicle is a long bone of short length that server as a strut between the scapula and the sternum, It's the only long bone In the body that lies horizontally.
The left clavicle will curve outward The right clavicle will curve outward
The clavicle is the collar bone
The clavicle is the shoulder bone.
the clavicle is your collar bone
It is the clavicle.
Clavicle is the medical term for collar bone.
There are no perfect rhymes for the word clavicle.
The plural of clavicle (collarbone) is clavicles.
i broke me clavicle
The shoulder is distal to the clavicle in terms of the shoulder girdle. As you draw a line from the clavicle through the upper limb, you hit the clavicle first, then the angle of the shoulder.
Scapula bone (its acrmion process) articulates with clavicle and upper end of sternum articulates with clavicle.
clavicle bone is one of the most interesting bone among our body. Every anatomy student knows this.
The collar bone is known to the health care community as the clavicle. It extends from the acromion process of the scapula to the manubrium of the sternum.Clavicle.The clavicle is the medical term for the collar bone.Claviclei think it's the clavical (sp?)The collarbone is called the clavicle.Clavicle is also known as the collar bone.
No, the apex of the heart is significantly below the clavicle. The base of the heart is slightly below the clavicle.
Yes, the clavicle, or collarbone, is medial to the humerus, or upper arm bone.The clavicle is medial to the humerus. The clavicle, or collarbone, is located closer to the midline of the body than the upper body of the arm is.
The clavicle is often referred to as the collar bone.
The clavicle articulates with both the sternum and the scapula.
The sternoclavicular and the costoclavicularligaments anchor the clavicle
yes, the clavicle is your collar bone
the clavicle helps you move your arm(s).
Your clavicle, as obviously stated, is what you broke.
The upper end of the sternum articulates with the clavicle. Acromion process of the scapula (shoulder blade) articulates with the lateral end of the clavicle.