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Lateral Condyle

A condyle is a round protrusion which is located at the terminals of a bone. It is a portion of a joint and most commonly is an articulation with another bone. It is one of the anatomical markings or features of bones. Elbow joint The two articular parts

Olecranon Fossa

Olecranon fossa is a depression situated directly superior to trochlea, at the posterior part of the distal end of the humerus. The olecranon process of ulna fits into olecranon fossa during full extension of elbow. Olecranon fossa is the largest of all three fossae in the region.

Medial Condyle

Located at the terminals of a bone, a condyle is a round protrusion, which most commonly is an articulation with another bone and is a portion of a joint. It is among the anatomical or indicating markings or features of bones. Elbow Joint The two articular parts

Head of the Humerus

The humerus, a.k.a. the upper arm bone is the largest and longest bone of the upper limb. It is a comparatively thick bone with a large, smooth head at the proximal end and a number of projections a.k.a. “process” at the distal end. Proximal Humerus/Head The proximal

Capitulum of The Humerus

In humerus bone, the lateral portion of the lower articular surface of the humerus consists of a smooth, rounded eminence, which is called the capitulum of the humerus. It is located laterally and is hemispherical in shape. The lower end of the humerus consists of several features:

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