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Tunnel II, on the radial side of the radial tubercle, contains the extensor carpi
radialis longus and the extensor carpi radialis brevis tendons (Fig. 50). To
palpate them, ask your patient to clench his fist. The tendons then stand out
slightly on the ...
To palpate the extensor digiti minimi, have the patient rest his palm upon a table
or desk and ask him to raise his little finger. The movement of the extensor digiti
minimi can be felt in the depression radial to the ulnar styloid process (Fig. 57).
soft tissue palpation, 43-50 special tests, 56-57 supination, 50, 51, 53 swelling,
37 tennis, 48, 57 Epicondyle lateral femoral, 177 lateral, of humerus, 41, 43
medial, of humerus, 38, 43 Erb's palsy, 3 Extensor carpi radialis longus and
brevis, 48, ...
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