interosseous membrane

Passive Supination

Table of Contents Positioning Procedure Common Mistakes Normal Functional Anatomy Common Pathological Situations Positioning The subject stands with the arm hanging and the elbow bent to a right angle. The examiner stands in front of the subject. Both hands encircle the distal forearm in such a way that the heel of the ipsilateral hand is …

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Passive Pronation

Table of Contents Positioning Procedure Common Mistakes Normal Functional Anatomy Common Pathological Situations Positioning The subject stands with the arm hanging and the elbow bent to a right angle. The examiner stands in front of the subject. Both hands encircle the distal forearm in such a way that the heel of the contralateral hand is …

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