What Is the Forearm Bone Called?

Answer

The forearm is made up two bones known as the radius and the ulna. The radius consists of the head, neck, radial tuberosity and the styloid process. The ulna on the other hand, consists of the coronoid process, the olecranon process, ulna tuberosity and the slyloid process.
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