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Elbow and forearm

Elbow and forearm

The elbow joint is found between the upper arm and the forearm. The forearm is comprised of the radius, ulna and muscles responsible for movements in this area. More.
  1. Elbow joint
    Elbow joint seen from a lateral and medial view.
  2. Elbow joint sagittal view
    Sagittal view of the elbow showing the humeroulnar joint.
  3. Radius and ulna
    Bony structures and ligaments of the radius and ulna.
  4. Flexors of the forearm
    Overview of the anterior muscles of the forearm.
  5. Extensors of the forearm
    Overview of the posterior muscles of the forearm.
  6. Radial forearm muscles
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the radial muscles of the forearm.
  7. Superficial flexors of the forearm
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the superficial flexors of the forearm.
  8. Deep flexors of the forearm
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the deep flexors of the forearm.
  9. Superficial extensors of the forearm
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the superficial extensors of the forearm.
  10. Deep extensors of the forearm
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the deep flexors of the forearm.
  11. Elbow and forearm
    [70 exam questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in elbow and forearm.

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