Where in the human body are the radius and ulna fused together? Are they fused together?
Radius and ulna are found in the arm. They are not fused together.
Radius and ulna have the same point of articulation and that is the elbow, to be more specific articular cartilage of elbow.
The proximal part of the ulna has posterio-superficial point of articulation when compared to the radius.
The distal part of ulna and radius is being articulated with carpals.