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Bones In Forearm

The humerus is essential for movement because it is the site of many muscle and ligament attachments. Find out the uses and function of our forearm bones

from Go Science Girls

How to make an articulated hand {with cool movable fingers

How to make a cool articulated hand craft, with bendable joints, to helps kids understand how tendons work to connect the muscles in the forearm to the tiny bones in the fingers and thumb. Biology | Anatomy | STEM | Fun science for kids

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Bones patch (forearm) 10.5in. Sew-on patch


The radius is the bone of the forearm or lower arm, extending from the elbow to the wrist. This bone is relatively long and curved, extending parallel to the ulna.


Greenstick fractures are incomplete fractures of long bones and are usually seen in young children, more commonly less than 10 years of age. They are commonly mid-diaphyseal, affecting the forearm and lower leg. They are distinct from torus fractures. Greenstick fractures occur when the force applied to a bone results in bending of the bone such that the structural integrity of the convex surface is overcome.