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ulnar

 [ul´nar]
pertaining to the ulna or to the ulnar (medial) aspect of the upper limb as compared to the radial (lateral) aspect.

ul·nar

(ŭl'năr), [TA]
Relating to the ulna, or to any of the structures (for example, artery, nerve) named from it; relating to the ulnar or medial aspect of the upper limb.
Synonym(s): ulnaris [TA]

ulnaris

/ul·na·ris/ (ul-na´ris) [L.] ulnar.

ulnaris

[L.] ulnar.
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Glossary ADM--abductor digiti minimi AE--above elbow BE--below elbow CMAP--compound motor action potential DML--distal motor latency D4--digit 4 (ring finger) D5--digit 5 (little finger) 1st DI--first dorsal interosseous DSL--distal sensory latency EMG--electromyography FCU--flexor carpi ulnaris FPD D4-D5--flexor digitorum profundus D4 and D5 (ring and little fingers) MNCV--motor nerve conduction velocity MUPs--motor unit potentials NCS--nerve conduction studies SNAP--sensory nerve action potential SNCV--sensory nerve conduction velocity W--wrist Table 2.
De Luca and Erim (4) examined interaction of motor units in the extensor carpi radialis longus and extensor carpi ulnaris muscles during isometric wrist extensions.
The usual ACNM as well as the ulnar artery was thin (rudimentary), but superficially there were two thick arteries branching from one short stem originating in the cubital fossa to form the AB (termed "arteria mediana superficialis and arteria ulnaris superficialis).
The wrist joint was extended during the arm movement due to concurrent stimulation of the extensor carpi ulnaris (Figure 9(c)).
16) Tenosynovitis is also a common feature of RA, particularly involving the flexor digitorum, extensor digitorum, and extensor carpi ulnaris tendons (Figure 17).
The transverse carpal ligament and the tendon of flexor carpi ulnaris insert into the pisiform.
The muscles differentiate from superficial to deep one, with the flexor digitorum profundus, flexor carpi radialis, and flexor carpi ulnaris splitting off first, followed by the flexor pollicis longus.
The distal half of the SUA, from the level of the mid-forearm to wrist, follows a typical course for the ulnar artery: at the wrist it was accompanied medially by the ulnar nerve and the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris, then traversed the superficial part of the flexor retinaculum, and continued across the palm as the superficial palmar arterial arch.
The stabilizer muscle that works with the ADMM is the flexor carpi ulnaris (FCU).
The original orthopedic surgeon examined the child when she was 7 years old and determined that the flexor carpi ulnaris tendon had been completely severed with a partial injury to the ulnar nerve.
2006) observed a decrease in the instantaneous mean frequency in the extensor carpi ulnaris muscles (11.
Examined muscles of upper and lower extremity Proximal muscles Distal muscles Deltoid- medial head Brachioradialis Biceps brachii Flexor carpi radialis Triceps Extansor digitorum communis Iliopsoas Flexor carpi ulnaris Tensor facia lata First dorsal interossous Rectus femoris Tibialis anterior Vastus lateralis Peroneus longus Vastus medialis Gastrocnemius medial head Table 2.