interosseous border

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interosseous border

[TA]
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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(a) Olecranon tuberosity, (b) Trochlear notch, (c) Radial notch, (d) Lateral surface, (e) Groove for the tendon of the extensor carpi ulnaris muscle, (f) Parastyloid process, (g) Anconeous process, (h) Process for the insertion of the dorsi-epitrochlearis muscle, (i) Ulnar tuberosity, (j) Medial surface, (k) Styloid process, (l) Ulnar head, (m) Lateral coronoid process, (n) Medial coronoid process, (o) Cranial surface, (p) Interosseous margin (craniolateral), (q) Craniomedial margin, (r) Crest for the insertion of the pronator quadratus, (s) subcutaneous surface (caudal), (t) Caudomedial margin, (u) Caudolateral margin.

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