1. The apex of the cubital fossa is defined by (A) biceps brachii and pronator teres. (B)…

1. The apex of the cubital fossa is defined by (A) biceps brachii and pronator teres. (B) brachioradialis and pronator teres. (C) biceps brachii and supinator. (D) brachioradialis and supinator. (E) none of the above. 2. At the lower end of the humerus (A) maximum growth in length takes place. (B) epiphysial plates persist in the adult as thin layers of hyaline cartilage. (C) there are numerous separate epiphyses which remain unfiised. (D) epiphysial plates show up as dark bands on radiographs (E) none of the above situations obtain.