Muscle having two heads connecting the medial epicondyle of the humerus, the coronoid process of the ulna and the radius to the medial phalanges of the fingers; it mainly allows flexion of the last four fingers.
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More dynamic than traditional anatomical charts, the Virtual Human Body allows you to overlap organs, bones and muscles at will. The interrelationships between the various systems composing the body have never been made so clearly visible!
The lifelike virtual model provides a unique way to explore the human anatomy. Simply move your cursor over the 3D model to access the name of all the structures represented. To learn more about a structure, click on it to access its definition.
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