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ortho 13 openclosed

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Closed packed Joint Position Glenohumeral Abduction and lateral rotation
Closed packed Joint Position Acromioclavicular Arm abducted to 90°
Closed packed Joint Position Sternoclavicular Maximum shoulder elevation
Closed packed Joint Position Ulnohumeral (elbow) Extension
Closed packed Joint Position Radiohumeral Elbow flexed 90°, forearm supinated 5°
Closed packed Joint Position Proximal radioulnar 5° supination
Closed packed Joint Position Distal radioulnar 5° supination
Closed packed Joint Position Radiocarpal (wrist) Extension with radial deviation
Closed packed Joint Position Knee Full extension, lateral rotation of tibia
Closed packed Joint Position Talocrural (ankle) Maximum dorsiflexion
Closed packed Joint Position Subtalar Supination
loose packed Joint Position Glenohumeral 55° abduction, 30° horizontal adduction
loose packed Joint Position Acromioclavicular Arm resting by side in normal physiological position
loose packed Joint Position Ulnohumeral (elbow) 70° flexion, 10° supination
loose packed Joint Position Radiohumeral Full extension, full supination
loose packed Joint Position Proximal radioulnar 70° flexion, 35° supination
loose packed Joint Position Distal radioulnar 10° supination
loose packed Joint Position Radiocarpal (wrist) Neutral with slight ulnar deviation
loose packed Joint Position Hip 30° flexion, 30° abduction, slight lateral rotation
Knee open packed 25° flexion
loose packed Joint Position Talocrural (ankle) 10° plantar flexion, midway between maximum inversion and eversion
loose packed Joint Position Subtalar Midway between extremes of range of movement
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