Therefore, a line joining the greater trochanter and the lateral epicondyle
of the femur was selected as the L line for method 2.
1982) lacks any clear derived trait allowing its referral to a specific neobatrachian clade; however, its general morphology, including a very distally positioned ulnar epicondyle
, and a smooth and proximally located lateral epicondyle
recalls the genus Calyptocephalella (MUZZOPAPPA & BAEZ, 2009).
The thigh reference frame was defined by the hip and knee joints and the epicondyle
of the distal humerus also should be visualized, including at least 11/2 inches distal to the elbow joint.
The radial nerve courses over the lateral epicondyle
Collins & Weber and Spinner, 1970, claim that the anterior interosseous nerve arises from about 5 to 8 cm below the lateral epicondyle
: Bilateral, 2 cm distal to the epicondyles
Specific sites on the left and right limbs were the distal ends of the boot adjacent to the 1st and 5th metatarsals, lateral malleoli, lateral femoral epicondyles
, greater trochanters, lateral margins of the acromion processes, lateral humeral epicondyles
and the radial styloid processes.
With most of the suspension load removed by the harness, artificial epicondyles
can return full bodily control of internal rotation.
The bony anatomy of the lateral and medial epicondyles
is palpable and serves as the origins for the mobile wad and the flexor/pronator groups, respectively.
In this procedure the elbow articular line (determined by the medial and lateral epicondyles
of humerus), and the wirst articular line (determined by the styloid processes of radius and ulna) were taken as reference.
The knee joint center position was defined as the midpoint between the lateral and medial femoral epicondyles