vomer bone

Vomer Bone

The vomer (or vomer bone, Latin: vomer) is an unpaired midline bone which along the opposite plate of the ethmoid frames the nasal septum. The vomer is a solitary facial bone that takes a type of a plate and...
axillary nerve details

Axillary Nerve

One of the fatal parts of the brachial plexus is the axillary nerve, which is gotten from the back rope. It goes through the quadrangular space together with the back circumflex supply route and vein. It is a blended nerve,...
conoid tubercle

Conoid Tubercle

The conoid tubercle otherwise called the coracoid tuberosity (not to be mistaken for the coracoid procedure of the scapula) is a hard noticeable quality on the second rate surface of the sidelong third of the clavicle. It denotes the inclusion...
musculocutaneous nerve

Musculocutaneous Nerve

The musculocutaneous nerve is a noteworthy fringe nerve of the upper limb. In this article, we will take a gander at the connected life structures of the nerve – its anatomical course, engine capacities and cutaneous innervation. We will...
The left and right hip bones (innominate bones, pelvic bones) are two unpredictably molded bones that frame some portion of the pelvic support – the hard structure that connects the hub skeleton to the lower appendages.   The hip bones anatomy...
ankle ligaments

Ankle Ligaments

There is a wide range of muscles and ligaments in the ankle, which gives the ankle its quality, adaptability, and scope of movement.   MAIN ANKLE LIGAMENTS Ligaments are a kind of delicate tissue that is made up for the most part...
adductor tubercle

Adductor Tubercle

The adductor tubercle is a dependable milestone for investigating the level of the femorotibial joint line. The average edge of the popliteal surface closures beneath at the summit of the average condyle, in a little tubercle, the adductor tubercle,...
glenohumeral joint details

Glenohumeral Joint

The glenohumeral joint is one of the joints related with the shoulder support that permit a full scope of development of the upper appendage. For fulfillment, alternate joints are the sternoclavicular, acromioclavicular, and scapulothoracic joints. Contrasted with the hip joint,...
inferior conchae details

Inferior Conchae

The substandard inferior conchae are the most caudally based on the three inferior conchaee. While the prevalent and center inferior conchaee shape some portion of the opposite plate of the ethmoid bone, the second rate inferior conchae is a...
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Type 1 Acromion

The acromion contrasts in people regularly (morphological variations). These were depicted by Bigliani as type 1 acromion, type II or sort III. The sort I is level, type II is bent and type III snared. A man with a...