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Since the pectoralis major muscle is a primary adductor, move your stabilizing
hand anteriorly and inferiorly on the acromion so that you can palpate the
pectoralis major as it is tested. Instruct the patient to place his arm in a few
degrees of ...
In this way, the abductors can be compared simultaneously (Fig. 52). Fig. 51.
Muscle test for abduction. ADDUCTORS Primary Adductor Adductor Longus
Obturator Nerve, L2,3,4 Secondary Adductors. 162 PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
OF THE ...
... 19 trapezius and, 114 Adam's Apple, 106 Adductor brevis and magnus, 163
Adductor tubercle of femur, 173 Adductor longus, 150, 151, 163 Adductor pollicis,
97 Adson test for cervical spine, 127 Allen test, 102-3 Anconeus, 52 Anesthesia,
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