vet-Anatomy the interactive atlas of veterinary anatomy
vet-Anatomy is a veterinary atlas of anatomy based on veterinary imaging (MRI, CT, X-Rays) and medical illustrations, designed and created by professional anatomists and veterinary imaging specialists for veterinary radiologists, veterinary students, interns, residents & academics. This anatomy resource is clearly labelled, simple to work with and and now recognized as an indispensable anatomical resource by veterinary radiologists around the world.
The ulnar tuberosity is described in carnivores (and humans) and not included in the Terminologia Anatomica. It is a roughened area located near the proximal end of the medial border of the ulna, just distal to the medial coronoid process.
Text by Antoine Micheau, MD - Copyright IMAIOS Miller's Anatomy of the Dog, 4th Edition - Evans & de Lahunta- Elsevier