THE ANTEBRACHIAL BONE MORPHOLOGY AND PRONATION AND SUPINATION MOVEMENT POSSIBILITIES IN DOMESTIC MAMMALS AND HUMANS

Published in Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3
Written by Belu C., Predoi G., Georgescu B., Dumitrescu I., Anca Șeicaru , Petronela Roșu , Carmen Bițoiu

In according to species, forearm bones have a different topography and development in conjunction with the use of the hand. When mobile they can rotate one around the other to perform pronation and supination movements. Otherwise, they are welded, radius being more developed than ulna. Study was to describe motfologiei articular surfaces in mammals, including humans, linking data obtained with pronation and supination possibilities of autopodium.

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Belu C., Predoi G., Georgescu B., Dumitrescu I., Șeicaru A., Roșu P., Bițoiu C. 2012, THE ANTEBRACHIAL BONE MORPHOLOGY AND PRONATION AND SUPINATION MOVEMENT POSSIBILITIES IN DOMESTIC MAMMALS AND HUMANS. Scientific Works. C Series. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LVIII ISSUE 3, PRINT ISSN 1222-5304, 10-17.


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