Muscle brachio-radial

The brachioradialis is a muscle of the forearm that flexes the forearm at the elbow. It is also capable of both pronation and supination, depending on the position of the forearm. It is attached to the distal styloid process of the radius by way of the brachioradialis tendon, and to the lateral supracondylar ridge of the humerus.

The brachioradialis muscle is located in the forearm. It enables flexion of the elbow joint. The muscle also assists with pronation and supination of the forearm. These two movements allow the…

Your brachioradialis is a superficial muscle that travels down your lateral forearm from your elbow to your wrist. The muscle serves to bend, or flex, your elbow. It also assists with pronation and supination of your forearm. (Pronation and supination is the motion of turning your forearm and hand palm up and palm down.)

The brachioradialis is a muscle in your forearms. It extends from the lower part of the humerus (the long bone in your upper arm) down to the radius (the long bone on thumb side of your forearm)….

Brachioradialis is a fusiform muscle located in the lateral part of the posterior forearm. Along with extensor carpi radialis brevis and extensor carpi radialis longus, it comprises the radial group of forearm muscles, which belong to the superficial layer of posterior forearm muscles.

The brachioradialis is a muscle that serves to provide flexion at the elbow as well as support the extension of the wrist, and it spans the length of the forearm from just above outside of the…