They studied 258 subjects (140 males and 118 females) in Sri Lanka and concluded that significant correlation exists between height and ulna
Glycine content in the mandible was lower than the ulna
and the calvaria spectra which might represent the alveolar part of the mandible as it is much more vulnerable to disuse osteoporosis and this lower glycine content may provide the required destability to the collagen structure as higher glycine content is associated with greater stability because it can accommodate within the interior of the triple helix due to its small size.19 On the other hand higher proline content in the mandible and the calvaria than ulna
might represent the basal part of the mandible as it is much less susceptible to the disuse osteoporosis.
Non union was seen in two patients with isolated ulna
and radius fractures.
Concomitant release of the ulna
nerve is performed if there are symptoms of entrapment.
Material: SDNHM 50687, right proximal ulna
; 50689, right proximal carpometacarpus; 50695, phalange.
The benefit is that each demonstrates the radial head without superimposition of the ulna
There is no evidence that a rock overhang ever existed in the drainage during the last 30 000 years, and the natural position of repose, influenced by the ulna
, causes either the medial surface or the antero-lateral edge to face upward.
Birds were placed on their backs and a limited ventral approach to the ulna
A virtually complete ulna
, or forearm bone, and a partial upper-arm bone found at Hadar also came from A.
The humerus (upper arm) and ulna
(forearm) bones join together at your elbow.
A10 Golding; 5 Adam; 4 Ulna
; 3 Tutu; 2 Foot; 1 William 9 Francisco; San 8 Silicon; 7 Yugoslavia; 6 Coward; Noel 5 Spiral: Word
Team physiotherapist Cliffe Deacon told the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) media Twitter page: "The fracture's in the forearm, one of the two bones in the forearm called the ulna