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Interosseous Membrane of the Forearm: The interosseous membrane of the forearm is one of the interosseous membranes. It consists of wide sheets of fibrous tissue that connects the ulna with the radius and plays a role in the rotating movement of the two bones of the forearm.
Conditions that can afflict the interosseous membranes of the forearm include compartment syndrome, rupture, compression injury, bone fractures, and trauma.
The following organs are closely related to the organ: Interosseous Membrane of the Forearm:
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