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under the brachiioradialis approximately one or two inches above the line of the
elbow joint. As you palpate the cubital fossa, note any tenderness elicited over
the joint capsule's attachment to the lower end of the humerus. Tenderness in this
The elbow range of motion in supination and pronation. PRONATION— 90°. As
in supination, the limits of normal pronation are determined by the degree to
which the radius can rotate around the ulna. Pronation can be limited by
pathology at ...
Then reverse direction and push the forearm medially, producing a varus stress
to the elbow's lateral side. Again, inspect for any gapping on the lateral side. Your
hand, in its position on the elbow, acts not only as a stabilizer and a fulcrum but ...
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