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The chief advantage of this quick range of motion tests is that the patient
demonstrates motion on both sides simultaneously, making it easy to examine for
symmetry of motion and to note even small losses on the abnormal side. Passive
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 ...
RANGE OF MOTION Movements of the foot and ankle almost invariably involve
more than a single joint. The basic ankle and foot motions are: 1 ) Ankle Motion
Dorsiflexion Plantar flexion 2) Subtalar Motion Inversion Eversion 3) Midtarsal ...
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