Mobile wad of Henry

Last revised by Daniel J Bell on 21 Jan 2021

The mobile wad of Henry is a surgical term used to describe the radial muscles of the posterior compartment of the forearm that flex the elbow. The group of muscles is relatively mobile as a unit and can be retracted in surgery.

The group includes:

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