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Capitulum of the Humerus

Summary Information: Capitulum of the Humerus

Capitulum of the Humerus: The capitulum of the humerus is an anatomical feature of the humerus, more commonly known as the upper arm bone. The capitulum of the humerus is a rounded process, or protrusion, of the bone that articulates with the radial head, forming a part of the elbow.

Conditions that can afflict the capitulum of the humerus include capitulum fracture, trauma, elbow dislocation, and osteomyelitis.

Closely Related Organs: Capitulum of the Humerus

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Capitulum of the Humerus

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Other Names: Capitulum of the Humerus

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Sub Parts: Capitulum of the Humerus

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Capitulum of the Humerus

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