ULNA


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Related to ULNA: styloid process of ulna, Ulta
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ULNAUltra Low Noise Adapter (computer hardware)
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Clinicoradiologically, a final diagnosis of Gustilo-Anderson Type IIIB Open Bilateral Distal Radius Physeal Separation (Salter-Harris type I) with green stick fracture of right distal ulna with anterior dislocation of right elbow, constituting right-sided "floating forearm injury" with intact distal neurovascular status following alleged fall from height in a ten-year-old boy was established.
Diaphyseal fractures of radius and/or ulna have special consideration as compared to other long bones fractures.
20) Using angulation as their primary outcome measure, Lee and associates (8) reported reangulation of 33% of non-nailed radii requiring additional intervention in the single-bone group (22 ulna, 3 radius) compared to none in the both-bone group (N = 24) needing any further treatment as initial alignment was maintained.
senalan que es un musculo pequeno que se origina en el tercio medio de la superficie lateral de la ulna y se inserta en los dedos I y II.
Lot 2 disposable set options for procedures Dorsal Buttress Plate, Radial Styloid Plate, Volar Distal Radius Plate and Volar Distal Ulna, including related instrumentation, as the Trust was considering disposable set options for these procedures.
The indication for the surgery included the need for TEA revision, massive bone loss in the proximal ulna, poor soft-tissue condition, and a relatively intact radius.
En el mono Rhesus -Macaca mulatta-, el orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus), el chimpance (Pan troglodytes) y el humano (Homo sapiens) se presenta otra cabeza diferente a la humeral, que se origina en el proceso coronoides de la ulna (ACKERMANN, 2003; CHAMPNEYS, 1871; DRAKE et al.
En la region del brazo, el musculo biceps braquial (biceps brachii) se origino por un tendon en la tube-rosidad supraglenoidea, se deslizo sobre la corredera bicipital (surco intertubercular) envuelto en una vaina sinovial dependiente de la capsula articular y termino en una aponeurosis en la ulna y por un delgado tendon en el tercio proximal del borde (margo) medial del radio.
On examination, a firm, nontender mass was appreciated on the dorso-medial aspect of the distal ulna with terminal supination defect compared with the contralateral forearm.
Common sites for periosteal nodules are the olecranon process, proximal ulna, back of the heel, the occiput, and ischial tuberosities.