antebrachium


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antebrachium

[‚an·tə′brāk·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
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The tracks were probably made in wet mud, as is evidenced by the presence of the rectangular imprint (which was likely made by the antebrachium, or forearm) associated with that of the manus, the deep digit imprints of the manus, and the poorly defined and strongly curved digits of the pes imprint.
The cuff that was approximately 40% of the antebrachial circumference was selected for each dog and wrapped around the middle part of the antebrachium. A Doppler probe coated with ultrasonic transmission gel was positioned over the palmar area to detect blood flow from the arteria digitalis palmaris communis.
During most of that time, Whannell tries his hand at the kind of atmospheric, slow-burn scares that made Wan's films textbook examples of what Roger Ebert termed "bruised forearm movies" (so named for the intensity with which they cause your date to squeeze your antebrachium).