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THUMB EXTENSION ( radial abduction ) . Ask the patient to move his thumb
laterally away from his fingers. There should be an angle of approximately 50°
between the index finger and thumb. PALMAR ABDUCTION/ADDUCTION OF
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 ...
THUMB EXTENSION Primary Extensor, Metacarpophalangeal Joint: 1 ) Extensor
pollicis brevis radial nerve, C7 Primary Extensor, Interphalangeal Joint: 1 )
Extensor pollicis longus radial nerve, C7 First, have the patient extend his thumb.
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