1 Elbow joint. Articulatio cubiti (cubitalis). Articular connection between the upper arm and forearm. A

2 Humeroulnar joint. Articulatio humero-ul-naris. Joint between the humerus and ulna.

3 Humeroradial joint. Articulatio humero-radialis. Joint between the humerus and radius.

4 Proximal radioulnar joint. Articulatio radio-ul-naris proximalis. Joint formed by the articular circumference of the radius and the radial notch ofthe ulna.

5 Ulnar collateral ligament. Lig. collaterale ul-nare. Collateral ligament on the medial part of the arm between the ulna and humerus. A

6 Radial collateral ligament. Lig. collaterale radiale. Ligament which spreads from the lateral epicondyle to the annular ligament of the radius and the ulna. A

7 Annular ligament of the radius. Lig. anulare radii.Circularbandembracingapartoftheartic-ular circumference of the radius. It is attached to the anterior and posterior margins of the radial notch of the ulna. A

8 Quadrate ligament. Lig. quadratum. Thin band of fibers passing from the distal margin of the radial notch of the ulna to the neck of the radius.

9 Radioulnar syndesmosis (joint). Syndesmosis [articulatio] radioulnaris. Fibrous joint between the radius and ulna.

10 Interosseous membrane of forearm. Membrana interossea antebrachii. Membranous sheet which spreads between the interosseous margins of the radius and ulna. A

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