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*  Monteggia fracture
... ulna shaft angulates anteriorly (extends) and radial head dislocates anteriorly. II - Flexion type (15%) - ulna shaft angulates ... The Monteggia fracture is a fracture of the proximal third of the ulna with dislocation of the proximal head of the radius. It ... III - Lateral type (20%) - ulna shaft angulates laterally (bent to outside) and radial head dislocates to the side. IV - ... Mechanisms include: Fall on an outstretched hand with the forearm in excessive pronation (hyper-pronation injury). The Ulna ...
*  Cubitus varus
... however internal rotation of the radius over the ulna may be limited due to the overgrowth of the humerus. This may be ...
*  Galeazzi fracture
Nonsurgical treatment results in persistent or recurrent dislocations of the distal ulna. However, in skeletally immature ...
*  Lower extremity of humerus
The grooved portion of the articular surface fits accurately within the semilunar notch of the ulna; it is broader and deeper ... which receives the coronoid process of the ulna during flexion of the forearm. Above the back part of the trochlea is a deep ...
*  Ulna
The ulna is a long bone. The long, narrow medullary cavity of the ulna is enclosed in a strong wall of cortical tissue which is ... Position of ulna (red). Animation Bones of the right arm, showing the ulna, radius, wrist and humerus Cross-section through the ... The ulna forms part of the wrist joint and elbow joints. Specifically, the ulna joins (articulates) with: trochlea of the ... Close to the wrist, the ulna has a styloid process. Near the elbow, the ulna has two curved processes, the olecranon and the ...
*  Ulna fracture
An ulna fracture is a break of the ulna bone in the forearm. They are often associated with radius fractures. When the middle ... Nightstick fracture is a fracture of the middle portion of the ulna without other fractures. Distal ulna fractures typically ... Monteggia fracture - a fracture of the proximal third of the ulna with the dislocation of the head of the radius Hume fracture ... Richards, Todd A.; Deal, D. Nicole (2014). "Distal ulna fractures". The Journal of Hand Surgery. 39 (2): 385-391. doi:10.1016/j ...
*  Femur fibula ulna syndrome
Femur-fibula-ulna syndrome (FFU syndrome) or femur-fibula-ulna complex is a very rare syndrome characterized by abnormalities ... Proximal femoral focal deficiency "Orphanet: Femur fibula ulna complex". Orpha.net. Retrieved 2011-10-26. Holmes, Lewis B. ( ... of the femur (thigh bone), fibula (calf bone) and the ulna (forearm bone). There have been suggestions that FFU complex may be ...
*  Tuberosity of the ulna
... ... the tuberosity of the ulna (or ulnar tuberosity), which gives insertion to a part of the Brachialis; to the lateral border of ...
*  Coronoid process of the ulna
The Ulna's coronoid process is a triangular eminence projecting forward from the anterior proximal portion of the ulna. Its ... At the junction of this surface with the front of the body is a rough eminence, the tuberosity of the ulna, which gives ... The coronoid process of the ulna should not be confused with the similar-sounding coracoid process of the scapula. Bones of ... Right ulna (anterior - proximal end)[dead link] - BioWeb at University of Wisconsin System X-ray at uams.edu. ...
*  Cryolophosaurus
... a proximal ulna; a partial ilium; a proximal pubis; both ischia, but only one distal; two incomplete femora; the distal end of ...
*  Specimens of Tyrannosaurus
... the left ulna; both femora, tibiae, and ulnae; the right calcaneum; right astragalus; and a number of pes phalanges. In the ... Bucky also has a nearly complete set of gastralia, or belly ribs, and an ulna, or lower arm bone. As of now, 101 bones, or ...
*  Knoetschkesuchus
... osteoderms and ulna); 7545 (dorsal vertebrae, ischia, osteoderms); 7564 (femur, humerus, osteoderms); 7634 (dorsal vertebrae, ...
*  Distal radioulnar articulation
... the radius and ulna. It is one of two joints between the radius and ulna, the other being the proximal radioulnar articulation ... Distal ends of radius and ulna along with the bones of the wrist and hand Transverse section across distal ends of radius and ... The distal radioulnar articulation pivot-joint formed between the head of ulna and the ulnar notch on the lower extremity of ... Injury can occur with concurrent fracture of the distal radius, the ulna, or can be isolated. A classification system has been ...
*  Kundurosaurus
... ulna; AENM 2/904, radius; AENM 2/922, nearly complete pelvic girdle and associated sacral elements. These were found at the ...
*  Equine conformation
Fused with the ulna. Minimal fat, muscles should be visible. The muscles of the front of the forearm are known as extensors and ... The part of the ulna that protrudes back to form the elbow, known as the olecranon process. range of motion in the elbow is 55- ...
*  Anconeus muscle
Anconeus serves to make minute movements with the radius on the ulna. In making slight abduction of the ulna, it allows any ... "The Radius and Ulna". Archived from the original on 2008-06-11. Retrieved 2008-01-17. "Anconeus". Department of Radiology, ... The anconeus muscle can easily be palpated just lateral to the olecranon process of the ulna. Anconeus originates on the ... Anconeus also abducts the ulna and stabilizes the elbow joint. ... inserts distally on the superior posterior surface of the ulna ...
*  Dromiceiomimus
... ulna ~70% of femoral length; preacetabular process, tibia, metatarsus and pedal digit III longer compared to femur. In a 1981 ...
*  Atlasaurus
... ulna to tibia ratio: 1.15). The teeth are spoon-shaped and have denticles. The lower jaw of Atlasaurus is about 69 centimetres ...
*  Falcarius
The ulna is lightly curved. The hand is rather long but not very robust, with in general an elongated metacarpus, although the ...
*  Loon
Known from a complete ulna. Slightly larger than G. egeriana, but smaller than G. howardae: Olson (1985: p. 214) Known from ...
*  Beipiaognathus
However, it also differs from other compsognathids in several ways: the teeth are unserrated and conical; the ulna is ...
*  Olecranon
Upper extremity of left ulna. Lateral aspect Bones of left forearm. Anterior aspect. Plan of ossification of the ulna. From ... It is situated at the upper (proximal) end of the ulna, one of the two bones in the forearm. When the hand faces forward ( ... Its base is contracted where it joins the body and the narrowest part of the upper end of the ulna. Its posterior surface, ... curved bony eminence of the ulna, a long bone in the forearm that projects behind the elbow. It forms the most pointed portion ...
*  Bartłomiej Nowodworski High School
Its current location is on Ul. Na Groblach, just across the Planty from the Kraków Old Town and a few hundred meters from Wawel ...
*  Cubit
45, uses ulna for cubitus, where Pliny speaks of a crocodile of 22 cubits long. Solinus expresses it by so many ulnae, and ... Roman ulna of four feet... CS1 maint: Extra text (link) Allcock, Hubert (2003). Heraldic design : its origins, ancient forms, ... called the Roman ulna, was common in the Roman empire, which cubit was measured from the fingers of the outstretched arm ... Julius Pollux uses both words for the same... they call a cubitus an ulna. Ozdural, Alpay (1998). Necipoğlu, Gülru, ed. " ...
*  Flight feather
Secondaries are connected to the ulna. In some species, the ligaments that bind these remiges to the bone connect to small, ... rounded projections, known as quill knobs, on the ulna; in other species, no such knobs exist. Secondary feathers remain close ...