A Study of the Nutrient Foramen of UlnaDurgesh V1, Venugopala Rao B2*, Roja Rani CH2, and Vijaya Lakshmi K2
- Department of Anatomy, Maharajah Institute of Medical Sciences, Nellimarla, Vizianagaram District, Andhra Pradesh, India
- Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, MAHSA University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The operative exposure of a fracture in an osteosynthesis causes disturbances in the blood supply, which often leads to a prolonged process of healing or even to healing problems, a fracture non-union, which is frequently located at the forearm. In order to keep the damage to the supplying vessels as little as possible, a study of the position, direction and number of the arteries of the bones of forearm is essential. In this study, we have studied the diaphyseal nutrient foramina (NF) in 144 ulnae and the findings discussed.