elbow joint

NOUN
  1. hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped
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  • hyperextension" of the elbow joint, or release pitches with a supinated grip, they slam the ulnar olecranon processes into their humeral olecranon fossa (soft tissue), causing inflammation of the hyaline cartilage. True Blue LA
  • Objective: To investigate the comprehensive rehabilitative therapy for elbow joint stiffness aiming to regain the function maximally.
  • It primarily occurs in the shoulder or elbow joints, but it can affect the hocks or stifles, too.
  • Your elbow joints are simple hinges, and they can bend only one way and on a direct line.
  • The large bone of the upper arm was splintered to the elbow joint, and the wound bled freely.
  • This week she is to receive a new electrically powered elbow joint. Times, Sunday Times
  • His arthritis turned his young, smooth, round elbow joints into abnormally spiculated and roughened snowballs on the radiographs—indeed, the worst case I had ever seen. The Last Chance Dog
  • In bending the forearm on the arm, familiarly known as "trying your muscle," the power is supplied by the biceps muscle attached to the radius, the fulcrum is the elbow joint at one end of the lever, and the resistance is the weight of the forearm at the other end. A Practical Physiology
  • The scars were mostly farmed in neck, elbow joint, popliteal fossa , face and breast of women.
  • QI am a keen gardener who suffers with pain in my inner elbow joints. Times, Sunday Times
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