Bone cuff...a great substitute for the Bone House spine bracelets that can't be made anymore.

Swain this reminds me of you-the pluto bone cuff mettle - miss kl

▶ Wrist and Forearm exercises for broken arm (radius bone) and fractured wrist - YouTube

Wrist and Forearm exercises for broken arm (radius bone) and fractured wrist

lesson and quiz on the skeletal system...for  both

Labeled Skeletal System Diagram

Bones of the Axial Skeleton

Bones of the Axial Skeleton The skeleton may be divided into two main groups of…

The ulna is a bone in the human forearm. Broader near the elbow and tapering as it approaches the wrist, it is situated alongside the radius bone on the pinky-finger side of the arm. This bone’s structure reflects its function, as it forms three major joints in the arm, two with the parallel radius bone and one with the humerus bone in the upper arm. The latter of these is the elbow joint, and it is the crescent wrench shape of the top of the ulna that makes flexion and extension, or bending…

A description of the symptoms and treatment options for an Ulna fracture.

Bony Landmarks of the Hand: Carpal Bones  Repinned by  SOS Inc. Resources  http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Carpal (wrist) bones - Your wrist is made up of eight small bones (carpal bones) plus two long bones in your forearm — the radius and the ulna. The most commonly injured carpal bone is the scaphoid bone, located near the base of your thumb.

KEDLEY High Quality Elasticated Elbow Support is designed to give maximum support around the elbow joint.  The highly elasticated material along with the strength of the nylon ensure that the elbow joint and muscles are given firm compression, helping to support the elbow during activities.  The strategically stitched, re-enforced fibres stretching along the humerus and radius bones supporting the ulnar collateral ligament, and surrounding the olecranon joint ensure firm support.

KEDLEY High Quality Elasticated Elbow Support is designed to give maximum support around the elbow joint. The highly elasticated material along with the strength of the nylon ensure that the elbow joint and muscles are given firm compression, helping to support the elbow during activities. The strategically stitched, re-enforced fibres stretching along the humerus and radius bones supporting the ulnar collateral ligament, and surrounding the olecranon joint ensure firm support.

Radius bone and Ulna bone

The radius bone is the lateral bone of the forearm, and is homologous with the tibia of the lower limb. Radius along with ulna connects elbow to forearm.

Parts of the Horse--The Forearm: #1: The underlying bone of the forearm is the radius bone. A long forearm is desirable as it can signify a long smooth stride. The radius bone on humans runs between the elbow and wrist joint. Any bones below the forearm on a horse are essentially equivalent to the bones of the hands and feet on humans. That is why it’s sometimes said a horse runs on its fingers and toes.

Learn to identify the forearm on the horse and learn about the underlying structures. Learn the points of the horse and anatomy with descriptions and pictures.

Weeping Willow tree branch background by Transfuchsian, via Dreamstime

Weeping Willow tree branch background by Transfuchsian, via Dreamstime - would be fabulous with the branch running from my neck to my shoulder, and the vines/leaves falling down my shoulder blade.

3d rendered illustration of the female radius bone ...  anatomy, arm, body, bone, cg, computer generated, isolated on white, medical, medicine, natural science, part, radius, science, skeleton

rendered illustration of the female radius bone misc

Livie was born with many congenital anomalies.  She has hydrocephalus, absent radius bones on both arms, scoliosis, cleft lip and palate, and mild kidney issues (via Inside Gillette Blog).

My Gillette Story by Shelley Potter

Radius bone and Ulna bone

The radius bone is the lateral bone of the forearm, and is homologous with the tibia of the lower limb. Radius along with ulna connects elbow to forearm.

The forearm is composed of two bones: the radius, which is the larger bone, and the ulna. The point at which these bones come into contact with the carpal bones in the hand is the wrist joint. In a distal radius fracture, the end of the radius near the wrist suddenly breaks. The culprit is some type of heavy force exerted upon the bone, often...

Exercises for Distal Radius Fractures

The forearm is composed of two bones: the radius, which is the larger bone, and the ulna. The point at which these bones come into contact with the carpal bones in the hand is the wrist joint. In a distal radius fracture, the end of the radius near the wrist suddenly breaks. The culprit is some type of heavy force exerted upon the bone, often...

Nice #Blog  Wrist Fracture (Ulnar styloid) – Treatment and Precaution.  Different bones may be involved in a fracture of the wrist joint, though the most common type of wrist fracture occurs at the end of the radius bone of the forearm. The bone is known as the distal radius and fractures associated with it are known as distal radius fractures. Ulnar styloid fractures are present in association with most distal radio-ulnar joint instability.  #toporthopedicdoctorsinindia…

Different bones may be involved in a fracture of the wrist joint, though the most common type of wrist fracture occurs.

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