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Lateral supracondylar ridge. Crista supracondylars lateralis. Lower, sharp-edged terminal portion of the lateral margin ending at the lateral epicondyle. A B

Deltoid tuberosity. Tuberositas deltoidea. Rough area on the anterolateral surface near the middle of the humerus for attachment of the deltoid muscle. A B

Condyle of humerus. Condylus humeri. Distal end of the humerus comprising the olecranon fossa, coronoid fossa, radial fossa and the articular surfaces. A B

Capitulum of humerus. Capitulum humeri. Rounded projection at the distal end of the humerus for articulation with the radius. A Trochlea of humerus. Trochlea humeri. Articular cylinder at the distal end of the humerus for articulation with the ulna. A B Olecranon fossa. Fossa olecrani. Deep pit above the trochlea on the posterior aspect of the humerus that receives the olecranon when the elbow joint is extended. B Coronoid fossa. Fossa coronoidea. Depression on the anterior aspect ofthe humerus proximal to the trochlea that receives the coronoid process of the ulna when the elbow joint is flexed. A

Radial fossa. Fossa radialis. Depression above the capitulum on the anterior aspect of the humerus that receives the head of the radius when there is strong flexion of the elbow joint. A

Medial epicondyle. Epicondylus medialis. Medial protuberance which gives origin to the flexor muscles of the forearm. A B Groove for the ulnar nerve. Sulcus nervi ul-naris. It occupies the posterior surface of the medial epicondyle. B

Lateral epicondyle. Epicondylus lateralis. Protuberance lateral to the capitulum that gives attachment to the extensor muscles of the forearm. A B

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