Head Ulna Diagram


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Head Ulna Diagram - the styloid process of the ulna is found at distal end of the forearm and projects from the medial and back part of the bone it descends a little lower than the head and its rounded end affords attachment to the ulnar collateral ligament of the wrist the head is separated from the styloid process by a depression for the attachment of the apex of the triangular articular disk and behind the olecranon o l k r n n from the greek olene meaning elbow and kranon meaning head is the large thick curved bony eminence of the ulna a long bone in the forearm that projects behind the elbow it forms the most pointed portion of the elbow and is opposite to the cubital fossa or elbow pit the olecranon serves as a lever for the extensor muscles that straighten the elbow span class news dt feb 12 2004 span nbsp 0183 32 where bones meet joints are the place where two bones meet all of your bones except for.
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