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Pronator teres

Dr Sachintha Hapugoda and Dr Henry Knipe et al.

Pronator teres is a two-headed flexor and pronator of the forearm, found superficially in the anterior compartment of the forearm.

Summary

Anatomy: Upper limb

Anatomy: Upper limb

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Article information

rID: 23238
Section: Anatomy
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Pronator teres muscle

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Cases and figures

  • Figure 1: anterior arm anatomy (Gray's illustration)
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