Volume 21 No 3 (2023)
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A Study Of The Supratrochlear Foramen Of The Humerus
Dr. Alka Nagar, Dr. Arti , Dr. Hema Nagpal
Backgrounds: The supratrochlear foramen (STF) of the humerus is the opening that results from the perforation of the thin bony septum separating the coronoid and olecranon fossae. Various names, such as supratrochlear aperture, septal aperture, intercondylar foramen, epitrochlear foramen, or olecranon foramen, also know it. It is situated above the epiphyseal line and is in the intra-articular part of the olecranon fossa below the line of reflection of the synovial membrane which crosses the middle of the fossa.
Supratrochlear Foramen, Humerus
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