cubital region

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cubital region

[TA]
region of the elbow, between brachial region proximally and antebrachial region distally; includes the anterior and posterior regions of the elbow, the former including the cubital fossa.
Synonym(s): elbow region
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(18) reported that the muscular imbalance in the shoulder region can be a factor in the development of lateral epicondylitis and thus the compensatory movements of weak shoulder muscles can cause injuries in the elbow region due to excessive loads.
Tuberculosis of the Elbow Region in Pediatric Age Group - Experiences from a Single Centre.
An inching study of the ulnar nerve performed in the elbow region with 2 cm intervals revealed a significant delay between the elbow-2 cm distal segment latancies, which suggested ulnar neuropathy at the elbow level (6.70 ms vs 7.80 ms).
The average amplitude of median nerve has been observed to be greater in males than the females in the elbow region, but it was inversed in the wrist region (Tables 2 and 3).
The exclusion criteria were as followed: (1) presence of another diagnosis of elbow, such as fracture, rheumatologic or neurologic diseases; (2) any prior surgery of the elbow region; (3) history of any injections on affected elbows, such as steroid or prolotherapy, within 3 months prior to visit; (4) unstable medical condition or known uncontrolled systemic diseases.
Fracture and dislocation of elbow region in "Fractures in children" Editted by Rockwood CA, Wikins KE, King RE.
Anatomically, these findings add more knowledge about structure and organization of elbow region components in the dog.
Bandaging was done properly at elbow region to protect the suture line and provide some compression.
Osteoid osteomas are very rare in the elbow region and even more in the bicipital tuberosity of the radius.
"The front legs were ripped off in the elbow region, apparently by bites intra vitam (while alive) because there was a lot of blood infiltration in the surrounding muscle tissue."
On the other hand, RTC is the elbow region in which exposure to acute and chronic external compression is easier; therefore, the frequency rate of compression is higher.