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Henry Gray (1825–1861).  Anatomy of the Human Body.  1918.
 
Partial or complete insertion into the fascia of the forearm, into the tendon of the Flexor carpi ulnaris and pisiform bone, into the navicular, and into the muscles of the little finger have been observed.


FIG. 414– Front of the left forearm. Superficial muscles. (See enlarged image)



FIG. 415– Front of the left forearm. Deep muscles. (See enlarged image)

  The Flexor carpi ulnaris lies along the ulnar side of the forearm. It arises by two heads, humeral and ulnar, connected by a tendinous arch, beneath which the ulnar nerve and posterior ulnar recurrent artery pass. The humeral head arises from the

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