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    Lightbulb radius n ulna

    tis is wat i studied 2day......

    attachments on radius:
    1. biceps brachii- rough posterior part of radial tuberosity
    2. supinator- upper part of lateral surface
    3. pronator teres- middle part of lateral surface
    4. brachioradialis- lower part of lateral surface
    5. flexor pollicis longus- oblique line on anterior surface
    6. flexor carpi radialis- upper part of anterior surface
    7. pronator quadratus- anterior surface
    8. extensor carpi radialis longus- posterior surface
    9. abductor pollicis longus- posterior surface

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    ooopss...i made a mistake
    its:
    8. extenser pollicis brevis

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    Thumbs up adding 2 it.....

    attachments on ulna: (13)
    1.triceps brachii- posterior part of the olecranon process
    2. anconeus- posterior olecranon process+posterior surface of ulna
    3. flexor digitorum profundus- anterioir and medial surfaces of ulna+anterior and medial surfaces of olecranon and coronoid process+posterior border of ulna
    4. flexor carpi ulnaris-posterior border
    5. extensor carpi ulnaris- posterior border
    6. abductor pollicis longus- upper part of lateral posterior surface
    7. extensor pollicis longus- middle part of lateral posterior surface
    8. extensor indices- lower part of lateral posterior surface
    9. supinator- supinator crest+triangular area in front of it
    10. brachialis- medial border of olecranon process
    11. flexor digitorum superficialis- tubercle on medial margin of olecranon process
    12. pronator teres-upper part of anterior surface
    13. pronator quadratus- medial surface

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    The radius and ulna are the two bones forming the lower arm and connect to the humerus bone of the upper arm at the elbow joint.

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