Printable arm diagrams are available to help you study deeper about the structure of arm’s anatomy. These anatomy diagrams below can be used as references in studying our arm. Make sure to download the diagrams by clicking on the chosen images! Check out the first diagram in the following image below.
You can observe in these arm diagrams that parts of the arm can be divided into the upper arm, which extends from the shoulder to the elbow, the forearm which extends from the elbow to the hand, and the hand. Anatomically the shoulder girdle with bones and corresponding muscles is by definition a part of the arm. Arms also contain many muscles that work together to allow you to perform all sorts of motions and tasks. Each of the arms is composed of your upper arm and forearm.
Your upper arm extends from your shoulder to your elbow. Your forearm runs from your elbow to your wrist. Your upper arm contains two compartments, known as the anterior compartment and the posterior compartment. The anterior compartment runs along the inside of your forearm. The muscles in this area are mostly involved with flexion of your wrist and fingers as well as rotation of your forearm.
The diagram above is the unlabeled version that you can use as the medium to evaluate your knowledge about the arm anatomy. All pictures are free to be saved, just click on the picture to enlarge and save it!