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Elbow and wrist arth

Elbow and wrist arthrokinematics

Proximal Radioulnar Open Packed 70 Flexion, 35 Supination
Proximal Radioulnar Close Packed 5 Supination
Humeroulnar Open Packed 70 Flexion, 10 supination
Humeroradial Open Packed Full Extension, Full supination
Humeroulnar Close Packed Full Extension
Humeroradial Close Packed 90 Flexion, 5 supination
Distal Radioulnar Open Packed 10 Supination
Distal Radioulnar Close Packed 5 supination (same as proximal radioulnar close packed)
At proximal radioulnar, radius is ____ and ulna is ____ radius convex, ulna concave
At distal radioulnar, radius is ___ and ulna is____ radius concave, ulna convex (opposite from proximal radioulnar)
Created by: wooyeah