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Radioulnar Syndesmoses (Left)
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Radioulnar Syndesmoses (Left)

Syndesmoses radioulnares

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Description

The radioulnar syndesmoses is the fibrous union of the ulna and radius, aided by the interosseous membrane of the forearm and the oblique cord of the elbow.

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