interosseous border

interosseous border

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edge of a bone to which a fibrous (interosseous) membrane is attached, by which the bone becomes attached to another bone. See: interosseous border of fibula, interosseous border of radius, interosseous border of tibia, interosseous border of ulna.
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In radius 70% of nutrient foramina were on anterior surface & 30% on interosseous border.
Radius Showing Single Nutrient Foramen {NF} On Interosseous Border of The Shaft, Directing Upwards
(2,3) It originates on the interosseous crest of the radius and inserts on the interosseous border of the ulna.
Most anterior (deepest) muscle of deep posterior (plantar flexor) compartment of leg; origin, soleal line and posterior surface of tibia, the head and shaft of the fibula between the medial crest and interosseous border, and the posterior surface of interosseous membrane; insertion, navicular, three cuneiform, cuboid, and second, third, and fourth metatarsal bones; action, plantar flexion and inversion of foot; nerve supply, tibial.
In the fibula the nutrient foramen was found in the 68% in the posterior surface; 14% in the medial surface; 12% in the interosseous border; 4% in the lateral surface and 2% in the posterior border.
2 radii shows presence of nutrient foramen on interosseous border and in 1 radius bone nutrient foramen was located on the posterior surface.
It has anterior, posterior and interosseous borders. Anterior surface lies between the anterior and interosseous borders.

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