Bones and joints of the forearm

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Bones and joints of the forearm
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  1. Bony features of the radius
    • Head
    • neck
    • bicipetal tuberosity
    • pronator tubercle¬†
    • borders: ant. interosseus, post.
    • Lister's tubercle
    • ulnar notch
    • styloid proccess
    • scaphoid and lunate articular surfaces
  2. lister's tubercle
    Lateral to medial:

    • lateral grooves:¬†
    • Extensor pollicis brevis and abductor pollicis longus (lat. snuffbox border)
    • Exstensor carpi radialis longus and brevis

    • Medial grooves
    • exstensor pollicis longus (med. border of snuffbox)
    • exstensor digitorum and exstensor indicus
  3. Bony features of the ulna
    • Olecranon proccess
    • trochlear notch
    • coronoid proccess
    • radial notch
    • ulnar tuberosity
    • supinator crest and fossa
    • Borders: ant. interosseus, post.
    • head
    • styloid proccess
    • distal end
  4. Carpals
    • Scaphoid (floor of snuffbox, has a ant. tubercle)
    • lunate
    • pisiform (sesamoid)
    • triquetrum
    • Hamate (has a ant. hook)
    • capitate
    • trapezoid (had a ant. tubercle)
    • trapezium
  5. joints
    • radiohumeral
    • ulnohumeral
    • radioulnar (prox. interm. dist.)
    • radiocarpal
    • intercarpals
    • carpometacarpal
    • intermetacarpals
    • metacarpophalangeal
    • interphalangeal (PIP, DIP)
  6. elbow joint
    uniaxial hinge synovial

    • ligaments: capsule
    • medial collateral (triangle. med. epicondyle, coronoid, olecranon. limits valgus)
    • lateral collateral (fan, lat. epicondyle, anular lig. limitsvarus)

    musculocutaneus, radial and ulnar nerves
  7. prox. radioulnar joint
    uniaxial pivot synovial

    • ligaments: capsule
    • annular (loops radial head)
    • oblique cord ( sup. on ulna)

    musculocutaneus, radial and median nerves

    olecranon bursa

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