Category: Anatomy, Pre-Clinical, Regional Anatomy, Upper Limb Tags: antebrachial vein, arm, basilic vein, brachioradialis, cephalic vein, cubital fossa, digits, elbow, extensors, flexors, forearm, hand, interosseous membrane, median nerve, median vein, pronators, radial arteries, radial nerve, radioulnar joint, radius, supinators, ulna, ulnar arteries, ulnar nerve, upper arm, upper limb, venipuncture, wrist
its really helpfull.n d structures r very clear.
Outstanding video …like always 🙂
Correct me if I am wrong but when you talk about the Supinator muscle you state that it is between the Ext. Digitorum and the Ext carpi radialis longus….isnt it between the ext. digitorum and the ext. carpi ulnaris?…
To answer your question — by separating the tendons of ED and ECRL and sometimes ECRB you see the belly of supinator. You are not wrong in what you say though I do think it is a bit less specific.
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