24+ Elbow Anatomy Lateral Xray Pics. Capitellum of the humerus with the ra. Straight radiolucent line immediately anterior to the distal.
Capitellum of the humerus with the ra. Together these two ligaments connect the humerus to the ulna and keep it tightly in place as it slides. The elbow is a trochoginglymus joint with three articulations (the ulnohumeral, radiocapitellar, and proximal radioulnar joints) and two degrees of freedom the congruity of the articulations as well as the medial and lateral collateral ligament complexes account for a majority of the stability of the joint.
It will terminate as the labc (forearm), which is anatomy at elbow.
Straight radiolucent line immediately anterior to the distal. The lateral view is helpful in such cases. In the pulmonary field, two light areas are distinguished in the lateral picture: A patient's guide to elbow anatomy.