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Elbow Cross Sectional Anatomy

 Elbow Cross Sectional Anatomy picture
  1. ECRL
  2. Brachioradialis
  3. Radial nerve
  4. Biceps
  5. Cephalic vein
  6. Brachialis
  7. Brachial artery and veins
  8. Median nerve
  9. Pronator teres
  10. Basilic vein
  11. Common flexor tendon
  12. Ulnar nerve
  13. Superficial ulnar collateral artery
  14. Trochlea
  15. Capitellum
  16. Olcranon
  17. Anconeus

 

Elbow Cross Sectional Anatomy picture
  1. ECRL
  2. Brachioradialis
  3. Radial nerve
  4. Biceps
  5. Cephalic vein
  6. Brachial artery and veins
  7. Median nerve
  8. Brachialis
  9. Pronator teres
  10. Flexor carpi radialis(FCR)
  11. Basilic vein
  12. Flexor digitorum superficialis(FDS)
  13. Ulnar nerve
  14. Flexor carpi ulnaris(FCU)
  15. Trochlea
  16. Sigmoid notch of ulna
  17. Radial head
  18. Anconeus
  19. Common extensor tendon
  20. Annular ligament
Elbow Cross Sectional Anatomy picture
  1. Cephalic vein
  2. Brachioradialis
  3. Superficial Radial Nerve
  4. Radial artery
  5. Ulnar artery
  6. Median nerve
  7. Pronator teres
  8. Flexor carpi radialis(FCR)
  9. Palmaris Longus
  10. Flexor digitorum superficialis(FDS)
  11. Basilic vein
  12. Ulnar nerve
  13. Flexor carpi ulnaris(FCU)
  14. Flexor digitorum profundus(FDP)
  15. Ulnar shaft
  16. Anconeus
  17. Biceps tendon
  18. Quadrate ligament
  19. Ext. Carpi ulnaris
  20. Common extensor tendon
  21. Radial neck
  22. Extensor digitorum
  23. Antebrachial fascia
  24. Supinator
  25. ECRB
  26. Posterior Interosseous nerve
  27. ECRL

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