Hi, patella cubiti which is also known as sesamoideum tricipitale is your answer.
Knee and elbow
One function of the brachioradialis is to flex the elbow. A recent study indicated that its primary function is to stabilize the elbow.
To rotate the forearm (supination), and for flexion and extension of the elbow.
Flexion and extension of the forearm.
An accessory ossicle of the elbow is a small bone that was formed during embryonic development in addition to the normal bones.However the term can also mean:A bone spur in the elbow joint areaA bone fragment in the elbow joint area
Thie brachialis is a muscle in the arm of the upper limb and it is the primary flexor of the elbow joint.
The function of the biceps brachii is to flex your arm at the elbow. However, even though that is the most visible muscle, the brachialis muscle is considered the prime mover in flexing at the elbow.
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The cartilage helps cushion and reduce friction in the joint.
To raise your hand in class, by bending your arm at the elbow.
Those bones meet at the elbow joint.