Then she "had the ulnar nerve opened and strong electricity applied to make sure of his death."
The ulnar, both of which ought to be rather to the inside of the artery.
Certain authors give it the name of ulnar extensor of the wrist.
The ulnar articular facet is to be snipped off with bone-pliers.
In a tolerably muscular arm, the incision will have to be about an inch inside of the ulnar border of the limb.
ulnar was short and squat, his cheeks were flat, his nose hooked.
The ulnar nerve and vessels were intact, but the flexor tendons were almost entirely destroyed.
As he spoke, ulnar grunted a single sound that set the girl into motion.
Area mediastinal, scapularis and ulnaris: the areas in front of the mediastinal, the scapular, and the ulnar veins in Orthoptera.
He was moving with Rozeno and ulnar through another opening.
ulna ul·na (ŭl'nə)
n. pl. ul·nas or ul·nae (-nē)
The larger bone of the two bones of the forearm, extending from elbow to wrist on the side opposite the thumb. Also called cubitus, elbow bone.
Plural ulnas or ulnae (ŭl'nē)
The longer of the two bones of the forearm or lower portion of the foreleg. See more at skeleton.