Upper Extremity

Some articles on upper extremity, upper, extremity:

Lateral Intercondylar Tubercle
... tubercle is a protrusion on the intercondylar eminence of the upper extremity of tibia ... Bones of lower limbs (TA A02.5.04–18, GA 2.242–277) Femur upper extremity head fovea neck greater trochanter trochanteric fossa lesser trochanter intertrochanteric line intertrochanteric crest quadrate ...
Lower Extremity Of Radius - Additional Images
... Bones of upper limbs (TA A02.4, GA 2.200–230) Pectoral girdle, clavicle conoid tubercle trapezoid line costal tuberosity subclavian groove Scapula fossae (subscapular, supraspinatous ...
Constraint-induced Movement Therapy - Application of CIMT
... patients who have suffered profound upper extremity paralysis from their condition are normally not eligible for constraint-induced upper extremity training ... reducing spasticity and increasing function of the hemiplegic upper extremity in chronic stroke patients ... The unaffected upper limb of each subject was constrained using a restricting position belt for 90% of waking hours, 7 days a week, for 2 weeks and ...
Synergism - Obligatory Synergies
... are described as either a flexion synergy or an extension synergy and affect both the upper and lower extremity (see below) ... The flexion synergy for the upper extremity includes scapular retraction and elevation, shoulder abduction and external rotation, elbow flexion, forearm ... The extension synergy for the upper extremity includes scapular protraction, shoulder adduction and internal rotation, elbow extension, forearm pronation, and wrist and ...

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