interosseous membrane

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interosseous membrane

1. A fibrous membrane in the arm connecting ulna to radius.
2. A fibrous membrane in the leg connecting tibia to fibula.
See also: membrane
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In the extensor compartment of the leg, we did not observe any muscular abnormalities, and no evidence of wasting or hypertrophy of muscles located on the dorsum of the foot and no evidence of hypertrophy, The deep fibular nerve (DFN) maintained the same relationship with the ATA, travelling together anterior to the interosseus membrane, The PTA branching pattern was observed normal, bifurcating posterior to the abductor hallucis to give the medial and lateral plantar arteries.
"An MRI scan confirmed there is no damage to his ankle or knee but showed he has suffered a fissure to the interosseus membrane, a split in the lining between the fibula and tibia bones in his lower right leg."
'An MRI scan confirmed there is no damage to his ankle or knee, but showed he has suffered a fissure to the interosseus membrane a split in the lining between the fibula and tibia bones in his lower right leg.'
'This morning's MRI scan confirmed there is no damage to his ankle or knee, but showed he has suffered a fissure to the interosseus membrane a split in the lining between the fibula and tibia bones in his lower right leg.