Hand bone anatomy

Discover the intricate details of hand bone anatomy and how they contribute to our dexterity and grip. Learn about the different bones in the hand and their functions to deepen your understanding of this remarkable part of our body.
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Adam touching the hand of God, Michelangelo, ceiling of the Sistine Chapel Start by copying a simple picture of a hand. Note that the arm angles in at the wrists and then widens out at the beginning of the hand. Most beginners forget to narrow the arm at the wrist and try to draw the fingers coming straight out of the arm. It is helpful to lightly draw a mitten shape first to get the overall shape of the hand and then erase it later after you have added the fingers In order to accurately…

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anterior (palm) - The bones of the hand consist of 14 phalanges, 5 metacarpals, and 8 carpals. Carpal Bones Anatomy, Skeletal Hand, Skeletal System, Upper Limb Bones, Skeletal System Anatomy, Human Muscle Anatomy, Bones Of Hand Anatomy, Muscle Anatomy, Carpal Bones

License Image anterior (palm) The bones of the hand consist of 14 phalanges, 5 metacarpals, and 8 carpals. The carpal bones are the: 1. trapezium 2. trapezoid 3. capitate 4. hamate 5. pisiform 6. triquetrum 7. lunate 8. scaphoid See Also:Hand BonesHand X Ray

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