Supinator

  • (noun): A muscle (especially in the forearm) that produces or assists in supination.

Some articles on supinator:

Radial Collateral Ligament Of Elbow Joint - Structure
... (LUCL), from the lateral epicondyle to the supinator crest on the ulna ... which normally crosses the annular band and gains attachment to the supinator crest, frequently to a special tubercle on that crest" but didn't name it ... inferior margin of the annular ligament to the supinator crest ...
Supinator Muscle - Action
... Encircling the radius, supinator brings the hand into the supinated position ... Supinator always acts together with biceps, except when the elbow joint is extended ... Supination strength decreases by 64% if supinator is disabled by, for example, injury ...
Supinator Muscle - Terminology
... The term "supinator" can also refer more generally to a muscle that causes supination of a part of the body ... In older texts, the term "supinator longus" was used to refer to the brachioradialis, and "supinator brevis" was used to the muscle now known as the supinator ...
Radial Tunnel Syndrome - Etiology
... of the radial nerve, at the lateral intermuscular septum of arm, while "supinator syndrome" is used for compression at the arcade of Frohse ... from the humeroradial joint past the proximal origin of the supinator muscle ... radial tunnel extends as far as the distal border of the supinator ...
Supinator Muscle - Origin and Insertion
... Supinator consists of two planes of fibers, between which the deep branch of the radial nerve lies ... the muscle is actually just tendon) and the deeper by muscular fibers — from the supinator crest of ulna, the lateral epicondyle of humerus, the radial collateral ligament, and the annular radial ligament ... The proximal aspect of the superficial head is known as the arcade of Frohse or the supinator arch ...