finger goniometer


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goniometer

 [go″ne-om´ĕ-ter]
an instrument for measuring angles; the instrument used in goniometry.
Two examples of universal goniometers commonly used by the clinician. From Kottke and Lehmann, 1990.
finger goniometer one for measuring the limits of flexion and extension of the joints between the phalanges of the fingers.

finger goniometer

Etymology: AS, finger + Gk, gonia, angle, metron, meter
an instrument for measuring the angle of a finger joint.