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Take the patient's wrist in your other hand, and, keeping his elbow bent to about
90°, externally rotate the arm, using the shoulder as the point and the forearm as
the indicator of motion. External rotation should range about 40° to 45°. Bursitis ...
EXTERNAL ROTATION Primary External Rotators: 1 ) Infraspinatus
suprascapular nerve, C5, C6 2) Teres minor branch of the axillary nerve, C5
Secondary External Rotator: 1 ) Posterior portion of the deltoid Move to the
patient's side and ...
INTERNAL ROTATION-35° EXTERNAL ROTATION-45° It is important that the
range of femoral rotation be tested with the patient's hip both extended and flexed
, since rotation can exist in one position, but be limited in the other. It is perhaps ...
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