Cubital fossa

The cubital fossa, chelidon, or elbow pit, is the triangular area on the anterior side of the upper limb between the arm and forearm of a human or other hominid animals. It lies anteriorly to the elbow (Latin cubitus) when in standard anatomical position.

Cubital fossa
Ulnar and radial arteries. Deep view.
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Latinfossa cubitalis
TA98A01.2.07.010
TA2291
FMA39848
Anatomical terminology

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