humeroulnar


humeroulnar
Relating to both humerus and ulna; denoting especially the ratio of length of one to the other.

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hu·mero·ul·nar (hu″mər-o-ulґnər) pertaining to the humerus and the ulna.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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