ZoologySelect the option that gives the correct sequence of the bones of the upper limb of man, from the proximal end to the distal end.

Select the option that gives the correct sequence of the bones of the upper limb of man, from the proximal end to the distal end.

  1. A

    Humerus  radius and ulna  carpals  metacarpals  phalanges

  2. B

    Humerus  radius and ulna  phalanges  carpals  metacarpals

  3. C

    Radius and ulna  humerus  carpals  metacarpals  phalanges

  4. D

    Humerus  radius and ulna  carpals  phalanges  metacarpals

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    Solution:

    The humerus is the bone present in the upper arm (proximal). The radius and ulna are the bones of the forearm. The carpals (wrist), metacarpals (palm) and phalanges (fingers) are located distally.

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