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Humeroulnar Joint (Left)
Connective Tissue

Humeroulnar Joint (Left)

Articulatio humeroulnaris

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Description

The humeroulnar joint is formed by the articulation of the trochlea of the distal humerus with the large trochlear (or semilunar) notch of the ulna. Its stability is reinforced by the medial and lateral collateral ligaments and by the anterior articular capsule in full extension.

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Radioulnar Joint

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The distal radioulnar joint recess is then centered within the ultrasound image, and the needle is placed through the skin approximately 0.5 cm below the center of the distal aspect of the ultrasound transducer and advanced using an out-of-plane approach, with the needle trajectory adjusted under real-time ultrasound guidance, to enter the distal radioulnar recess.

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