Mobile Wad

The mobile wad (or mobile wad of Henry) is a group of the following three muscles found in the posterior compartment of the forearm:

  • brachioradialis
  • extensor carpi radialis brevis
  • extensor carpi radialis longus

It is also sometimes known as the "lateral compartment" or "radial group" of the forearm.

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Mobile Wad - Function
... The extensor carpi radialis brevis and longus are both weak flexors at the elbow joint ... Brevis moves the arm from ulnar abduction to its mid-position and flexes dorsally ...

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