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In the active testing of pronation, the patient maintains the same position as in
supination, with elbows flexed and at his waist, and fists holding the pencils. Ask
the patient to rotate his fist from a fully supinated position until his palm faces ...
30°-450 90°± Fig. 86. Metacarpophalangeal joint range of motion: flexion—
extension. WRIST ULNAR AND RADIAL DEVIATION. Ask the patient to move his
wrist from side to side into ulnar and radial deviation. Ulnar deviation is the
greater of ...
Ask the patient to open his mouth as wide as possible, to sec whether or not his
temporomandibular joints dislocate (Fig. 51). Alternately, you may palpate the
condyles by placing your index finger just anterior to the ear and asking the
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