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What the hey is a Flexor Pronator Tendon? Anatomy Lesson (Scott Baker)

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#1 Thrylos

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 03:48 PM

Because several people asked, I posted the answer to the question of what a Flexor Pronotor Tendon is and what it looks like and how it is related to the UCL.

I was going to repost the whole thing here, but I decided to just link to it, because the picture on my post is graphic (i.e. open human elbow showing those things) and might not be suitable for dinner or weaker stomachs.

So if you care and can stand anatomy, the post is here
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#2 Westgaard66

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 10:26 PM

best part of the article.....

all because of another misdiagnosis and mistreatment. It is about time that the Twins' brass hold the medical staff accountable and replace them ASAP. Terry Ryan spoke about accountability when he was (re)appointed as the interim GM. Let see if he can walk the talk, or he was just blowing hot air.