ulno-, uln- +
(Latin: elbow; larger bone of the forearm [from Greek: olene])
The smaller one is the radius. The ulna is on the same side of the arm as the little finger.2. One of the bones that comprise the forearm.
The largest aspect articulates with the humerus at the elbow joint and the smallest portion of the ulna articulates with the carpal bones in the wrist.3. The bone in the lower forelimb of vertebrate animals, roughly corresponding to the human ulna.
4. Etymology: inner bone of the forearm from Latin, literally, "elbow".
2. Relating to the ulnar or medial aspect of the upper limb.
3. Referring to the larger of the two long bones in the forearm.
The smaller one is the radius. The ulna is on the same side of the arm as the little finger.
2. Relating to the ulna independent of other structures.
2. Denoting the ulnar side of the wrist.