Olecranal



[oh-lek-ruh-non, oh-li-krey-non] /oʊˈlɛk rəˌnɒn, ˌoʊ lɪˈkreɪ nɒn/

noun, Anatomy.
1.
the part of the ulna beyond the elbow joint.
/əʊˈlɛkrəˌnɒn; ˌəʊlɪˈkreɪnən/
noun
1.
(anatomy) the bony projection of the ulna behind the elbow joint

olecranon o·lec·ra·non (ō-lěk’rə-nŏn’)
n.
The large process on the upper end of the ulna that projects behind the elbow joint and forms the point of the elbow.
o·lec’ra·nal (-nəl) or o’le·cra’ni·al (ō’lĭ-krā’nē-əl) or o’le·cra’ni·an (-nē-ən) adj.

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