Gray's Anatomy - Posterior surface of the forearm. Superficial muscles.

Extensor carpi ulnaris muscle Origin Common extensor tendon (lateral epicondyle), ulna Insertion metacarpal Artery ulnar artery Nerve Deep branch of the radial nerve Actions extends and adducts the wrist Antagonist Flexor carpi radialis

Anatomy - Human Arm Muscles by Canadian-Rainwater on deviantART

Anatomy: Human Arm Muscles, by Canadian-Rainwater on deviantART. >> Shows how the muscles of the human arm look when the arm is moved.

Gray's Anatomy - Posterior surface of the forearm. Superficial muscles | classic anatomical illustrations

tricyclesinskirts: Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body: Posterior surface of the forearm, superficial muscles. Note how there aren’t any muscles in the fingers. Your fingers are controlled by tendons that connect to muscles in the forearm.


Sugar skull made by Markus Lindblom @ Zoi Tattoo this, but on upper arm.

Ulna - has a semi-lunar notch which articulates with the humerus and styloid process to articulate with the radius. Description from I searched for this on

Ulna: Ulna, inner of two bones of the forearm when viewed with the palm facing forward. (The other, shorter bone of the forearm is the radius.) The upper end of the ulna presents a