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With your other hand around the biceps, abduct and extend the arm further until
the olecranon process becomes clearly visible; have the patient flex the elbow to
approximately 90" (Fig. 6). The precise location of any crepitation heard or felt ...
Stanley Hoppenfeld, Richard Hutton. Olecranon Fossa. The olecranon fossa,
which lies at the distal end of the posterior humerus, receives the olecranon
during elbow extension (Fig. 12). It is filled with fat and covered by a portion of the
As you gain experience, palpation of the nodes can be integrated into bony
palpation of the medial supracondylar line. Zone H— Posterior Aspect Olecranon
Bursa. The olecranon bursa covers the olecranon, and is not distinctly palpable.
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