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Ch 1 Anatomic def.

Turning the extremity towards the midline Internal rotation
The full distance that a joint can be moved Range of motion
Any position in which the patient is lying down or leaning back. Recumbent
Turning an extremety away from the midline External rotation
The motion of the return of a body part from a flexed position Extension
Moving a distal point of an extremity closer to the trunk Flexion
Moving an extremety away from the midline Abduction
Extension to the maximum level or beyond Hyperextension
Flexion to the maximum level or beyond Hyperflexion
Moving an extremety toward the midline Adduction
Is a position of the forarm or foot Supination, and Pronation
Created by: klindley