Humerus (distal epiphysis)

The distal  epiphysis (distal extremity or end) of the humerus is the triangular-shaped and widened end. The body of the humerus gradually widens towards the distal epiphysis, and the distal portion of the humerus ends with an area known as the condyle, which is formed by the trochlea, capitulum, and three fossae. 

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