. Cunningham's Text-book of anatomy. Anatomy. THE FOKEAKM AND HAND. 1451 Brachials Cephalic vein Biceps Median cephalic vein Tendon of biceps Radial nerve Brachial artery Basilic vein Brachialis Median basilic vein Lacertus fibrosus Radial nerve (superficial ramus) of Lister's dorso-radial incision for excision of the wrist. The dorsal border of the ulna is subcutaneous throughout, and may be felt along the interval between the flexor and extensor carpi ulnaris muscles. Upon the ulnar side of the dorsal aspect of the wrist, when the forearm is in the prone position, there is a well-marked roun

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. Cunningham's Text-book of anatomy. Anatomy. THE FOKEAKM AND HAND. 1451 Brachials Cephalic vein Biceps Median cephalic vein Tendon of biceps Radial nerve Brachial artery Basilic vein Brachialis Median basilic vein Lacertus fibrosus Radial nerve (superficial ramus) of Lister's dorso-radial incision for excision of the wrist. The dorsal border of the ulna is subcutaneous throughout, and may be felt along the interval between the flexor and extensor carpi ulnaris muscles. Upon the ulnar side of the dorsal aspect of the wrist, when the forearm is in the prone position, there is a well-marked roun
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. Cunningham's Text-book of anatomy. Anatomy. THE FOKEAKM AND HAND. 1451 Brachials Cephalic vein Biceps Median cephalic vein Tendon of biceps Radial nerve Brachial artery Basilic vein Brachialis Median basilic vein Lacertus fibrosus Radial nerve (superficial ramus) of Lister's dorso-radial incision for excision of the wrist. The dorsal border of the ulna is subcutaneous throughout, and may be felt along the interval between the flexor and extensor carpi ulnaris muscles. Upon the ulnar side of the dorsal aspect of the wrist, when the forearm is in the prone position, there is a well-marked rounded prominence formed by the distal extremity of the ulna, anterior to which is the styloid process, the deep groove between the two being occupied by the tendon of the extensor carpi ulnaris. The carpal bones are built up so as to form an arch, con- verted by the transverse carpal ligament into a tunnel for the transmission of the flexor ten- dons. At each extremity of the arch the two bony points to which the ligament is at- tached furnish important land- marks. These bony points are : laterally, the tuberosity of the navicular and the ridge of the greater multangular bone; medially, the pisiform and the hamulus of the os hamatum. The tuberosity of the navicular is felt immediately proximal to the root of the thenar eminence, midway between the tendons of the abductor pollicis longus and the flexor carpi radialis ; | in. distal to the tuberosity .of the navicular is the ridge of the greater multangular bone, felt deeply beneath the medial part of the thenar eminence. At the root of the hypothenar eminence, and crossed by the crease which separates the fore- arm from the hand, is the pisi- form bone, proximal to which is the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris, passing to be inserted into it. The hamulus of the os hamatum is felt deeply be- neath the radial side of the hypothenar eminence, and a full finger's breadth distal and lateral to the pisiform. The bases of the first, t

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