pronator


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a muscle that produces or assists in pronation

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We used a four-channel EMG device (ME3000P8 muscle tester, Mega Electronics Ltd, Finland) for recording simultaneously four muscle groups; extensor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, pronator quadratus, flexor digitorum superficialis.
Synostosis type 1 can be treated with Sauve-Kapandji procedure if the distal radioulnar joint is affected by degenerative process and the bony bridge is under the pronator quadratus muscle.
Cumulative traumatic disorders that dental practitioners face are carpel tunnel syndrome, ulnar or radial nerve entrapment, pronator syndrome, tendinitis, extensor wad strain, and thoracic outlet syndrome.
He demonstrated normal strength, no pronator drift, no sensory abnormalities or extinction, and no language difficulties.
The pronator teres and common flexor muscles are released from the distal humerus medially leaving a margin of muscle if necessary.
He was diagnosed with an ulnar collateral ligament tear and a flexor pronator tear.
Variations in its number of branches to pronator teres are frequently seen.
Nerve entrapment and compression syndromes of the elbow include cubital tunnel syndrome, radial tunnel syndrome, posterior interosseous nerve syndrome, anterior interosseous nerve syndrome and pronator syndrome.
1994) observed that the injured players had significantly greater activity for the wrist extensors and pronator teres muscles during ball impact and early follow-through, almost certainly caused by sub-optimal mechanics including a "leading elbow", wrist extension over the impact phase and an open racquet face at impact, as well as ball contact on the lower half of the string bed.
Clinical examination methods bear subjective properties, neurological symptoms of CTS are not specific to the median neuropathy occurring in wrist but might develop in proximal median neuropathy or polyneuropathy resulting from pronator or anterior interosseous syndromes, thoracic outlet syndrome and cervical radiculopathy and especially the sensitivity of the electrodiagnostic studies are not complete.
The pronator quadratus muscle is raised from lateral border of the radius and lie in a horizontal position carefully.
Las masas pueden afectar un solo miembro, o bien, ser bilaterales (17, 18) y pueden encontrarse adheridas a la capsula articular del codo (15) o en los tendones de los musculos flexores del codo, como el musculo flexor digitalis profundus (13), musculo flexor digitalis superficialis (6, 13, 15), musculo flexor carpi ulnaris (18), musculo flexor carpi radialis (17, 18) o musculo pronator teres (13, 17)
If there are any abnormalities in the initial observation, the pronator drift test (see Figure 1) is a quick and easy motor and sensory assessment involving multiple areas of brain functioning in both the cerebellum and cerebrum (Pullen, 2004; Bickley & Szilagyi, 2009).
In the volar approach, incision was made between mobilewad and flexor pronator mass.