Origin of ulna
OTHER WORDS FROM ulnaulnar, adjectivepost·ul·nar, adjective
How to use ulna in a sentence
The nerve which is probably most exposed to this is the ulnar.Neuralgia and the Diseases that Resemble it|Francis E. Anstie
Then she "had the ulnar nerve opened and strong electricity applied to make sure of his death."The Life of Sir Richard Burton|Thomas Wright
The distal end is distinctly divided by a groove into an anterior radial and a posterior ulnar portion.
The two distinct carpal bones are the radial carpal and the ulnar carpal.
The ulnar carpal (fig. 57, 5) is a somewhat larger, more irregular bone, lying adjacent to the end of the ulna.