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Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy

Dorsal aspect of right forearm

Relations of extensor muscles to ulnar border of forearm

Image #106-2

KEYWORDS: Forearm, Muscles and tendons, Vasculature, Overview.

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Dorsal aspect of right forearm
Relations of extensor muscles to ulnar border of forearm
The specimen shown in the previous view has been turned medially so that the relation of the ulna (15) to the extensor muscles (above) and the flexor muscles (below) is visible.
1 . Dorsal antebrachial cutaneous nerve
2 . Lateral epicondyle of humerus
3 . Common extensor digitorum muscle
4 . Anconeus muscle
5 . Extensor digiti minimi muscle
6 . Extensor carpi ulnaris muscle
7 . Styloid process of ulna
8 . Triceps brachii muscle
9 . Olecranon
10 . Ulnar nerve (in sulcus of ulnar nerve)
11 . Medial epicondyle of humerus
12 . Middle antibrachial cutaneous nerve
13 . Flexor carpi ulnaris muscle (ulnar head)
14 . Basilic vein
15 . Body of ulna
16 . Dorsal hand branch of ulnar nerve