medial supraepicondylar ridge

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medial supraepicondylar ridge

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the distal sharp portion of the medial margin of the humerus.
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Observations About the Location of Nutrient Foramen in 100 Femora Location of Nutrient Foramen Number of Bones % Linea Aspera 79 55.2% Medial Surface 32 22.4% Lateral Surface 31 21.7% Medial Supracondylar Ridge 1 0.7% Table 4.
Morphologic variations of the coracobrachialis muscle have been known for a long time and include accessory slips that attach to the lesser tubercle, medial supracondylar ridge or medial intermuscular septum.
The medial approach requires elevating the brachialis and anterior half of the flexor pronator mass from the medial supracondylar ridge. The medial triceps is elevated off the posterior aspect of the humerus.
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