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    Supracondylar Process & Its Possible Clinical Significance

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    Briefly discuss the supracondylar process, an anatomical variant of the humerus. Be sure to consider its potential clinical significance with respect to neurovascular structures of the arm.

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    The supracondylar process is a bony anatomical variant that is present in approximately 1% of people. It is a vestigial remnant that is comparable to normal anatomical structures of other vertebrates.

    The supracondylar process is typically located on the anteromedial aspect of the humerus, ...

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    This posting summarizes the supracondylar process, which is a bony anatomical variant of the humerus. The potential clinical significance of the supracondylar process is discussed.