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ABDUCTION-180° ADDUCTION- 45° Abduction of the arm occurs in the gleno-
humeral joint and scapulothoracic articulation in a two to one ratio (2:1 ); for every
3° of abduction, 2° occur in the glenohumeral joint, and 1° occurs at the ...
FINGERS: THUMB ABDUCTION-70". ( Palmar Abduction ) ADDUCTION- 0°. (
Dorsal Adduction) Thumb abduction and adduction are functions of the
carpometacarpal joint, which can be isolated if you place your stabilizing hand
just proximal ...
Abduct the leg as far as possible and flex the knee to 90° while keeping the hip
joint in the neutral position to relax the iliotibial tract (Fig. 63) . Then release the
abducted leg. If the iliotibial tract is normal, the thigh should drop to the adducted
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