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This group is composed of four muscles: (1) the pronator teres, (2) the flexor carpi
radialis, (3) the palmaris longus, and (4) the flexor carpi ulnaris. These four
originate from the medial epicondyle as a common tendon, then split and
continue in ...
The extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis tendons are situated on the radial
side of the tubercle Fig. 53. The course of the extensor pollicis longus of the
radius. tendon. PISIFORM HOOK of HAMATE Fig. 66. The Carpal Tunnel. It.
Tunnel II, on the radial side of the radial tubercle, contains the extensor carpi
radialis longus and the extensor carpi radialis brevis tendons (Fig. 50). To
palpate them, ask your patient to clench his fist. The tendons then stand out
slightly on the ...
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