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Radial Tuberosity: The radial tuberosity is an anatomical feature of the radius, a long bone in the forearm. The radial tuberosity is a process, or protrusion from the bone, that provides the insertion point for the biceps brachii muscle. It is located just below the radial head and the elbow.
Conditions that can afflict the radial tuberosity include biceps brachii tendon tear, fracture, trauma, elbow dislocation, and osteomyelitis.
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