Elbow and forearm

Forearm X-ray

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on forearm x-ray. AP Projection. 1, Humerus. 2, Radius. 3, Ulna. 4, Scaphoid. 5, Lunate. 6, Triquetrum. 7, Capitatum bone. 8, Metacarpal bone. 9, Metacarpophalangeal joint. 10, Proximal interphalangeal joint. 11, Proximal Phalanx. 12, Distal phalanx. Arrow, Fracture. *, Epiphysial plate.   Lateral projection.  

Elbow Radiograph

This webpage presents the anatomical structures found on elbow radiographs. Elbow Radiograph – AP projection 1, Humerus. 2, Medial epicondyle. 3, Lateral epicondyle. 4, Olecranon fossa. 5, Capitulum. 6, Radius. 7, Radial head. 8, Ulna. 9, Olecranon. 10, Coronoid process.   Elbow Radiograph – Lateral projection 1, Humerus. 5, capitulum. 6, Radius. 7, Radial head. 8, Ulna. 9, Olecranon. 10, Coronoid process of ulna. 11, Lateral radiograph shows a positive fat pad sign in a patient with a nondisplaced fracture of the radial head. The anterior lucency represents the …

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