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wrist and hand

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anatomical snuffbox : (floor) scaphoid bone
anatomical snuffbox: (roof) extensor pollicis longus (ELP tendon)
anatomical snuffbox (bottom) (2) extensor pollicis brevis (EPB tendon) abductor pollicis longus (APL tendon)
anatomical snuffbox contains (3) scaphoid bone, radial artery, radial nerve
wrist normal range for flexion 60-80 degrees
wrist normal range for extension 60-70 degrees
wrist normal range for radial deviation 20 degrees
wrist normal range for ulnar deviation 30 degrees
tight wrist flexor equals decreased full wrist extension
tight wrist extensors equals decreased full wrist flexion
What are the (3) palpating parts to pronation styloid process, lunate, capitate
What are the (3) palpating parts to supination pisiform, triquetrum , hook of hamate
What are the wrist and hand ligaments (5) ulnocarpal ligament, ulnar collateral ligament, radial collateral ligament, palmar radiocarpal ligament, dorsal radiocarpal ligament
What kind of joint is radiocarpal and midcarpal joints (2) synovial and condyloid joints
What kind of end feel does the radiocarpal and metacarpal joints have firm
Created by: Shannon10