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Elbow, X-Ray : Stock Photo
anterior region of the elbow joint, the biceps is situated in the antecubital fossa. The olecranon, the upper extremity of the ulna, forms the posterior aspect of the elbow joint over which passes the medial nerve

Elbow, X-Ray

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anterior region of the elbow joint, the biceps is situated in the antecubital fossa. The olecranon, the upper extremity of the ulna, forms the posterior aspect of the elbow joint over which passes the medial nerve
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