humeroulnar

humeroulnar

 [hu″mer-o-ul´ner]
pertaining to the humerus and ulna.

hu·mer·o·ul·nar

(hyū'mĕr-ō-ŭl'năr),
Relating to both humerus and ulna; denoting especially the ratio of length of one to the other.

hu·mer·o·ul·nar

(hyū'mĕr-ō-ŭl'năr)
Relating to both humerus and ulna; denoting especially the ratio of length of one to the other.
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Humeroulnar arthrodesis and pseudoarthrosis surgery for distal 1/3 humeral defect were planned approximately 45 days after the third operation.
Preoperative carrying angle has been measured on anteroposterior radiograph using humeroulnar angle (it is the line drawn along long axis of humerus and ulna).
The bone fragment was displaced laterally by the traction of the flexor muscles; however, dislocation of the humeroulnar joint was not observed (Figure 1).
La articulacion cubital es de tipo sinovial compuesta, formada por las articulaciones humeroulnar, humeroradial y radioulnar proximal (Budras, 2007; Adams, 2004; Sandoval, 1998).
Per operative reduction was checked by assessing humeroulnar angle and range of motion.
Any form of hypermobility of the ulnar nerve requires a careful differential diagnosis in order to distinguish between dysplasia of the retrocondylar ulnar groove, snapping triceps syndrome, arcade of Struther, muscular anomalies at the medial elbow, distal humerus changes after trauma, and ulnar nerve compression by the humeroulnar apponeurotic arcade joining 2 heads of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle.
Segment Proximal boundary Distal boundary Upper Arm Glenohumeral Joint Humeroulnar Joint Forearm Humeroulnar Joint Ulnocarpal Joint Hand Ulnocarpal Joint Distal Phalanges Thigh Shank Femoral Head Tibiofemoral Joint Tibiofemoral Joint Talocrural Joint Foot Talocrural Joint Distal Phalanges Segment Basic description (a) Upper Arm Commences between the head of the Humerus and glenoid fossa of the Scapula, separating the upper arm from the trunk; Ending at the elbow axis, noted by the trochlea of the Humerus and olecranon process of the Ulna.
The radiographic assessment was carried out after the sixth month by investigating the humeroulnar angle and Baumann angle in AP view and, humerocapitellar angle in LAT view (Fig.2).
The elbow joint is opened anteriorly, and the capsule released circumferentially; the humeroulnar and radiohumeral joints are then disarticulated.
It is thought that UNE mostly develops in the humeroulnar arcade (HUA) and/or retroepicondylar groove (RTC) (8,10-12).