Volume 20 No 11 (2022)
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A Study of Supratrochlear Foramen with Its Clinical Significance and Review of Literature
Dr. KiranKumar P , Dr. Ashok Aenumulapalli , Dr. Rashi Nigam , Dr. Mahesh Dhoot, Dr. T. Anitha
Introduction: An opaque or translucent bony septum is present between the radial and coronoid fossae at the lower end of the humerus. In some individuals, it may be deficient by forming a perforation superior to the trochlea of the humerus is known as supratrochlear foramen (STF). The aim of this study is to describe the prevalence of the STF and its morphological and morphometrical analysis of right and left humeri.
Humerus; Supratrochlear foramen; Bony septum; Radiologists; Orthopaedic surgeons
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