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Ulna and Humerus

The ulna is one of two bones found in the forearm.  It forms a hinge joint with the humerus and a pivot joint with the radius, giving the lower arm the range of motion to bend and rotate the hands.   On anatomical drawings, the ulna and radius …

Femur – Distal End

The lower end of the femur, called the distal end, articulates with the tibia of the lower leg.   It consists of two large structures called condyles, which is the greek word for “knuckle.”   In fact, if you go to a butcher shop, you can order a …