humeroradial joint


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hu·mer·o·ra·di·al joint

[TA]
the portion of the elbow joint between the capitulum of the humerus and the head of the radius.

hu·mer·o·ra·di·al joint

(hyū'mĕr-ō-rā'dē-ăl joynt) [TA]
The portion of the elbow joint between the capitulum of the humerus and the head of the radius.
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The purpose of this case study was to report the surgical outcomes of a patient with malunion of the avulsed lateral humeral epicondyle and subluxation of the humeroradial joint.
Humeroradial joint congruency is good without osteoarthritic change.
The lentor extent of the two top parts at the distal part of humeroradial joint line is measured using a Vernier caliper (precision 0.1 mm).
The lentor became more compact when the humeroradial joint is approached closely.
Distance from the deep branch of the radial nerve to the humeroradial joint line at the lateral side of the radius in a neutral position of forearm rotation.
The distance from the deep branch of radial nerve to the humeroradial joint line at the AP and LAT side of radius needs to be about 3.2 mm.
The distance from the points where the deep branch of radial nerve leaves the supinator to the humeroradial joint line is about 6cm, and all points are located in the deep surface of the extensor digitorum, ulnar side of the interspace between extensor digitorum and extensor carpi radialis brevis.
Pressure distribution in the humeroradial joint and force transmission to the capitellum during rotation of the forearm: effects of the Sauve-Kapandji procedure and incision of the interosseous membrane.
The elbow is a compound joint in which the humeral condyle articulates with the head of the radius, the humeroradial joint, and with the semilunar notch of the ulna, the humeroulnar joint (Denny, 1987; Evans, 1993; Denny, 1993).
Casella et al., "Production of canine mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue and their application in dogs with chronic osteoarthritis of the humeroradial joints," Cell Biology International, vol.
(26) They reported that the annular ligament is an important component of both the proximal radioulnar and humeroradial joints, as well as an important component of neighbouring muscles and ligaments.
The clinical effect of a single injection of autologous, cultured ASCs was evaluated on 4 dogs with lameness associated with OA of the humeroradial joints [24].