This is the growing end of the humerus, which is placed between the rounded head and the tuberosities (greater tuberosity and lesser tuberosities of humerus).

 
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Video dissector of pectoral region REGIONAL LOCATOR OF PECTORAL GIRDLE:  DIGITAL LOCATOR OF PECTORAL REGION to include BREAST: Layer 1 Layer of skin of pectoral region and breast. Layer 2 Layer of superficial fascia of pectoral region. Layer 3 Layer of pectoral (deep) fascia. Layer 4 Layer of superficial layer of muscles. Layer 5 Layer of intermediate layer of muscles. Layer 6 Layer of deep layer of muscles. Layer 7 Layer of layer of joints of pectoral region. Layer 8 Layer of bones of pectoral girdle/region. Rollover mouse to label; click to display page.

 

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