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moving toward the little finger side of the hand ulnar deviation
moving toward the thumb side of the hand radial deviation
bending forward (straightening the foot away from the knee) plantar flexion
bending backward (bending the foot toward the knee) dorsiflexion
turning a body part outward eversion
touching each of the fingers with the tip of the thumb opposition
turning a body part upward (turning plam up) supnation
turning a body part downward (turning palm down) pronation
moving in a circle at a joint, or moving one end of a body part in a circle while the other end remains stationary, such as swinging arm in a circle; involves all the movements of flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, and rotation circumduction
moving a body part around its own axis, for example, turning the head from side to side rotation
excessive straightening of a body part hyperextension
straighting a body part extension
bending a body part flexion
moving part toward the midline of the body adduction
moving a part away from the midline of the body abduction
Created by: Mrs. Franks