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In other cases, the ulnar nerve does not stay in its place (the groove between the humerus bone, your upper arm, and ulna bone in the lower arm) and snaps back and forth over the bony bump of the elbow during motion, like a rubber band.
But it was limited to four measurements of the skull and three of long bones — the tibia, humerus and radius.
The owl's humerus was still viable, the nerves were still intact and the circulation good, Convy said.
The rhino skeleton had cut marks on 13 of its bones and both of its humerus bones were cracked open, giving feasting hunters access to its marrow.
Come to find out, there was a tumor there on my humerus exactly where the break happened.
Swapping in the relief tendon involves the surgeon drilling holes in the ulna and humerus bones and threading them in a figure-8 pattern with the healthy tissue.
On April 10, DeSantis had Tommy John surgery, a now-common procedure in which a wrist tendon was transposed into his elbow and anchored to re-connect his humerus and ulna.
The bones have since disappeared, but Hoodless’s seven measurements survived—four of the skull and three long bone lengths (humerus, radius, and tibia).
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medical : the long bone of the upper arm between the shoulder and the elbow
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