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Related to interosseous: Interosseous muscles, Interosseous membrane of forearm

interosseous

 [in″ter-os´e-us]
between two bones.

in·ter·os·se·ous

(in'tĕr-os'ē-ŭs),
Lying between or connecting bones; denoting certain muscles and ligaments.
Synonym(s): interosseal
[inter- + L. os, bone]

interosseous

/in·ter·os·se·ous/ (-os´e-us) between bones.

interosseous

[-os′ē·əs]
Etymology: L, inter, between, os, bone
pertaining to an area between bones or a structure, such as a ligament, connecting two bones.
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Interosseous ligament

interosseous

between two bones.

interosseous tendon
see suspensory ligament (1).
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Long-term infections involving the mesh were considered unlikely, and because of the lack of significant muscle groups in the area, we felt that potential fibrosis of the interosseous area would not impair muscles and wing biomechanics.
The effect of drilling angle on posterior interosseous nerve safety during open and endoscopic anterior single-incision repair of the distal biceps tendon.
Electromyography revealed no compound motor action potential response in the right hypothenar eminence or the dorsal interosseous muscles.
the interosseous space between the radius and ulna near the proximal end
36) The tibialis anterior tendon is detached from its insertion and passed through the interosseous membrane and is attached to the calcaneus.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one of the etiological pathologies for mechanical entrapment of the posterior interosseous nerve (PIN).
Hashizume H, Nishida K, Nanba Y, Shigeyama Y, Inoue H, Morito Y Nontraumatic paralysis of the posterior interosseous nerve.
the area forming the synovial joint) and the unique morphologic features created by the anterior and posterior sacroiliac ligaments, but chiefly by the stout interosseous ligaments, stabilize the joint by strictly limiting planar (gliding) movement [36,38].
2000) Normal kinematics of the interosseous membrane during forearm pronation-supination--a three-dimensional MRI study.
Sonography and MR imaging of posterior interosseous nerve syndrome with surgical correlation.
Several reports began to surface identifying injury to the radial and posterior interosseous nerves (5, 15).
EMG was consistent with neuralgic amyotrophy of the posterior and anterior interosseous nerve.