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The Humerus The proximal or upper long bone of the anterior limb is known as the humerus [Figure 1–36]. It articulates proximally with the scapula and distally with the radius and ulna. It consists of a slightly curved diaphysis and two prominent epiphyses. The proximal epiphysis consists of a smooth, rounded medial head that articulates with the glenoid cavity Head Lesser tuberosity N A T O M Y : T H E C A T of the scapula. Medial to the head is the smaller lesser tuberosity and lateral to the head is the larger greater tuberosity for muscle attachment.

A thick, fan shaped muscle extending caudally to and beneath the deep portion of the pectoralis major [Figure 2–7 and Figure 2–9]. Exert care to preserve the xiphihumeralis that passes beneath the pectoralis minor [Figure 2–7, Figure 2–8A, and Figure 2–8B]. Additionally, with great care, separate the latissimus dorsi from the lateral border of the pectoralis minor [Figure 2–7]. Origin: From the six sternebrae and sometimes the xiphoid process, resulting in the appearance of several slips that appear to be separate muscles Insertion: Ventral border of the humerus from the bicipital groove to the middle of the humerus Action: Draws the forelimb toward the midline **Sew and cut this muscle.

Along the antero-lateral aspect of the ulnar diaphysis, notice the usually prominent interosseous crest that approximates the crest on the corresponding area of the radius. A tough sheet of connective tissue extends from Olecranon Semilunar notch Radial notch Coronoid process Styloid process FIGURE 1–37 Radius: right posterior, left anterior view. Interosseous crest bicipital tuberosity, is an obvious roughened surface, the interosseous crest. The distal epiphysis is characterized by the presence of the medial styloid process.

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