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Articular Area of Distal Part of Radius
Skeletal System

Articular Area of Distal Part of Radius

Area articularis partis distalis radii

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The articular area of distal part of radius is the concave, inferior end of the bone. It includes the ulnar notch and the carpal articular surface of the radius.

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