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ul·na

 (ŭl′nə)
n. pl. ul·nas or ul·nae (-nē)
1. The bone extending from the elbow to the wrist on the side opposite to the thumb in humans.
2. A corresponding bone in the forelimb of other vertebrates.

[Latin, elbow, forearm; see el- in Indo-European roots.]

ul′nar adj.

ulna

(ˈʌlnə)
n, pl -nae (-niː) or -nas
1. (Anatomy) the inner and longer of the two bones of the human forearm
2. (Zoology) the corresponding bone in other vertebrates
[C16: from Latin: elbow, ell1]
ˈulnar adj

ul•na

(ˈʌl nə)

n., pl. -nae (-nē), -nas.
1. the bone of the forearm on the side opposite to the thumb.
2. a corresponding bone in the forelimb of other vertebrates.
[1835–45; < Latin: elbow; akin to Greek ōlénē, Old English eln ell2]
ul′nar, adj.

ul·na

(ŭl′nə)
The larger of the two bones of the forearm or lower portion of the foreleg. See more at skeleton.

ulna

One of the two bones of the forearm.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ulna - the inner and longer of the two bones of the human forearmulna - the inner and longer of the two bones of the human forearm
forearm - the part of the superior limb between the elbow and the wrist
arm bone - a bone in the arm
olecranon, olecranon process - process of the ulna that forms the outer bump of the elbow and fits into the fossa of the humerus when the arm is extended
Translations

ulna

[ˈʌlnə] N (ulnas or ulnae (pl)) [ˈʌlniː]cúbito m

ulna

n pl <-e or -s> (Anat) → Elle f

ulna

[ˈʌlnə] n (Anat) → ulna

ul·na

n. cúbito. V.: cubitus

ulna

n cúbito
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Table 4 shows regression equation for height with ulna length in men and women.
Results showed that the carbon-13 spectra of ulna and calvaria were almost similar while mandibular spectra showed the most distinct results.
The degrees of dorsal angulation, ulna variance, and dorsal comminution were independent predictors of improvement in the position of the fracture; however, most patients (86%) went onto a malunion.
Deceased chick Orphaned chick Difference Age at Length Length Length Foster death of ulna Age of ulna Age of ulna parents (days) (cm) (days) (cm) (days) (cm) A 11 4.1 22 (X) 5.3 11 1.2 B 3 3.2 35 (Y) 6.8 32 3.6 C 42 6.9 126 (Z) 23.2 84 16.3 Components of recognition Identity of Parental Decision and Foster signal of perception application of parents orphaned of signal of recognition chick orphaned chick A Vocalization Yes Acceptance (a) Protection B Vocalization Yes Rejection (b) Aggression C Vocalization Yes Rejection (b) Aggression (b)
In ulna excellent and fair results were observed in 85.7% (n=6) and 14.3% (n=1) of the patients.
Careful assessment of the ulna nerve function must be made.
Nomination: The Ulna system is the ultimate solution to prevent infections.
The arrangement is by bone type, such as ulna, metacarpals and forelimbs, and femur.
She had slight swelling of her wrist and was tender over the distal ulna. X-ray of the forearm was normal and she was treated conservatively but was lost to follow up.
The arrangement is by type of bone, such as coracoid, ulna, femor and tarsometatarsus.
Radiographs of the hands and wrists revealed thickened cortical bone at the distal ends of the radius and ulna, sub-periosteal reaction along the metacarpal shafts and distal ends of the radius and ulna, and tufting at the distal phalanges (Fig.
Material: SDNHM 50661, right ulna; 50692, right scapula; 50693-94, left carpometacarpus; 51621, tip of premaxilla.