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The Ulna's coronoid process is a triangular eminence projecting forward from the anterior proximal portion of the ulna. Its base is continuous with the body of the bone, and of considerable strength. Its apex is pointed, slightly curved upward, and in flexion of the forearm is received into the coronoid fossa of the humerus. Its upper surface is smooth, convex, and forms the lower part of the semilunar notch. Its lateral surface presents a narrow, oblong, articular depression, the radial notch.

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  • ناتئ إكليلي للزند
  • Coronoid process of the ulna
  • Apófisis coronoides del cúbito
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  • الناتئ الإكليلاني (بالإنجليزية: Coronoid process) هو بروز مثلثي الشكل يمتد للأمام خارجا من الجانب الأمامي القريب من عظم الزند.
  • The Ulna's coronoid process is a triangular eminence projecting forward from the anterior proximal portion of the ulna. Its base is continuous with the body of the bone, and of considerable strength. Its apex is pointed, slightly curved upward, and in flexion of the forearm is received into the coronoid fossa of the humerus. Its upper surface is smooth, convex, and forms the lower part of the semilunar notch. Its lateral surface presents a narrow, oblong, articular depression, the radial notch.
  • La apófisis coronoides del cúbito (o "processus coronoideus ulnae" en latín) es una eminencia triangular proyectada hacia delante desde la parte superior y frontal del cúbito. Su base es continua con el cuerpo del hueso, y de considerable fuerza. Su apex es afilado, ligeramente curvado hacia arriba y en flexión del antebrazo es recibido por la fosa coronoide del húmero. Su superficie superior es suave, cóncava y forma la parte inferior de la incisura troclear o cavidad sigmoidea mayor.
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  • Upper extremity of left ulna. Lateral aspect.
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  • الناتئ الإكليلاني (بالإنجليزية: Coronoid process) هو بروز مثلثي الشكل يمتد للأمام خارجا من الجانب الأمامي القريب من عظم الزند.
  • La apófisis coronoides del cúbito (o "processus coronoideus ulnae" en latín) es una eminencia triangular proyectada hacia delante desde la parte superior y frontal del cúbito. Su base es continua con el cuerpo del hueso, y de considerable fuerza. Su apex es afilado, ligeramente curvado hacia arriba y en flexión del antebrazo es recibido por la fosa coronoide del húmero. Su superficie superior es suave, cóncava y forma la parte inferior de la incisura troclear o cavidad sigmoidea mayor. Su superficie anteroinferior es cóncava y está marcada con una impresión rugosa por la inserción del músculo braquial. En la unión de esta superficie con la parte frontal del cuerpo del cúbito hay una eminencia rugosa, la tuberosidad del cúbito, que sirve de inserción para una parte del músculo braquial; en el borde lateral de esta tuberosidad se une el . Su superficie lateral presenta una estrecha y oblonga depresión articular, la incisura radial o cavidad sigmoidea menor. Su superficie medial, con su libre y prominente margen, sirve de unión a parte del . En la parte frontal de esta superficie hay una pequeña eminencia redondeada que sirve como origen a un extremo del Músculo flexor común profundo de los dedos de la mano; Detrás de esta eminencia hay una depresión para parte del origen del músculo flexor digital profundo; descendiendo desde esta eminencia se encuentra una cresta que da origen a un extremo del músculo pronador redondo. Frecuentemente, el músculo flexor largo del pulgar surge desde la parte inferior de la apófisis coronoides mediante un haz de fibras musculares. La apófisis coronoides del cúbito no debe ser confundida con la apófisis coracoides de la escápula, de similar pronunciación.
  • The Ulna's coronoid process is a triangular eminence projecting forward from the anterior proximal portion of the ulna. Its base is continuous with the body of the bone, and of considerable strength. Its apex is pointed, slightly curved upward, and in flexion of the forearm is received into the coronoid fossa of the humerus. Its upper surface is smooth, convex, and forms the lower part of the semilunar notch. Its antero-inferior surface is concave, and marked by a rough impression for the insertion of the brachialis muscle. At the junction of this surface with the front of the body is a rough eminence, the tuberosity of the ulna, which gives insertion to a part of the brachialis; to the lateral border of this tuberosity the oblique cord is attached. Its lateral surface presents a narrow, oblong, articular depression, the radial notch. Its medial surface, by its prominent, free margin, serves for the attachment of part of the ulnar collateral ligament. At the front part of this surface is a small rounded eminence for the origin of one head of the flexor digitorum superficialis muscle; behind the eminence is a depression for part of the origin of the flexor digitorum profundus muscle; descending from the eminence is a ridge which gives origin to one head of the pronator teres muscle. Frequently, the flexor pollicis longus muscle arises from the lower part of the coronoid process by a rounded bundle of muscular fibers. The coronoid process of the ulna should not be confused with the similar-sounding coracoid process of the scapula.
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