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Anatomy High Yield Notes
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Epiphysis
by Bruno - 11728 reads, based on 12 votes
Many bones have epiphyses at both ends, others at one end only. Long limb bones show the former, while the metacarpals, metatarsals, phalanges, clavicles and ribs have only one epiphysis, though the costal cartilages may represent epiphyses normally devoid of ossification centres. ... More

Upper Limb Nerve Injuries
by Bruno - 32441 reads, based on 30 votes
Lesions of the Median, Ulnar and Radial Nerves Lesions of the Median Nerve Median nerve lesions occur at two sites, 1. In the forearm (Pronator Syndrome) and 2. At the wrist. (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) Pronator Syndrome This is an uncommon entrapment neuropathy of the median nerve Sites The nerve may be involved at any of these sites. 1. As it passes alongside the fibrous band connecting the biceps tendon to the forearm fascia, 2. As it passes down between the two heads of pronator teres 3. As it passes through a fibrous arch formed by flexor digitorum superficialis. ... More


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