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What type of joint is the elbow? Hinge joint/Uniaxial
What is the radioulnar joint? the articulation between the radius and the ulna.
Desbribe the superior or proximal radioulnar joint At the proximal end, the head of the radius pivots within the radial notch or the ulna.
Describe the ingerior or distal radiolulnar joint At the distal end, the ulnar notch of the radius rotating around the head of the ulna.
Define Valgus Turned outward
Define Varus turn inward
What is the Annular ligament? It attaches anteriorly and posteriorly to the radial notch of the ulna, encompassing the head of the radius and holding it against the ulna.
What is the interosseous membrane? holds together the radioulnar articulations. Provides attachment of the forearm and wrist muscles.
What is the definition of Carrying Angle? The longitudinal axes of the humerus and forearm form an angle.
What nerve innervates the Brachialis Muscle Musculocutaneous nerve C5, C6
What nerve innervates Brachioradialis Muscle? Radial nerve C5, C6
What nerve innervates the Pronator teres Muscle? Median nerve C6, C7
What nerve innervates the Supinator Muscle? Radial nerve C6
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