hypothenar


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hypothenar

 [hi-poth´ĕ-ner]
1. the fleshy eminence on the palm along the ulnar margin.
2. relating to this eminence.

hy·po·the·nar

(hī'pō-thē'nar, hī-poth'ĕ-nar), [TA] This word is a noun, not an adjective.
1. Synonym(s): hypothenar eminence
2. Denoting any structure in relation with the hypothenar eminence or its underlying collective components.
Synonym(s): antithenar
[hypo- + G. thenar, the palm]

hy·po·the·nar

(hī'pō-thē'năr)
1. [TA]
Synonym(s): hypothenar eminence.
2. Denoting any structure in relation with the hypothenar eminence or its underlying collective components.
[hypo- + G. thenar, the palm]
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Unfortunately, seven years after the initial injury this individual continues to self-report residual symptoms of decreased sensation in the pad of the fourth digit, the entire palmar aspect of the fifth digit and hypothenar eminence.
Clearly pad 4 and separated by hypothenar tubercular pad of hind plantar foot epithelium Medial Proximal Proximal ante-brachial and distal and distal vibrissae vibrissae vibrissae Nasals at Not expanded Expanded maxilo-frontal suture Palatine Absent or Present fenestrae reduced Subsquamosal Enlarged Enlarged foramen anteroposteriorly anteroposteriorly Accessory Males without Males with cusps of C1 accessory cusps; posterior cusp; Females with females with posterior anterior and accessory cusp posterior accessory cusps Anterolabial Not continuous Not continuous margin of shelf shelf tooth crown of M3 TL 285 (Female, N = 1) 240.13 (Female, 284.5 (Male, N = 2) N = 5) 271 (Male, N = 1) CBL 34.3 (Male, N = 2) 29.71 (Female, N = 5) 30.5 (Male, N = 1) Character M.
Hypothenar and [I.sub.1] area showed increased frequency of pattern in deaf children, mainly arches in the former and loops in the latter.
Skin grafts can be harvested from the hypothenar eminence; however, it is important to note that STSG have a higher degree of secondary contracture and should thus be reserved for larger defects.
[sup][4] In advanced stage, the affected limb presents weakness due to atrophy of hypothenar and Intrinsic hand muscles.
The intervention involved either: 1) a hypothenar ilium apex push to the PSIS on the short leg side (24) in an attempt to rotate the superior ilium anteriorly to elongate that lower limb and a hypothenar ischial tuberosity push on the long leg side, or 2) no manipulation.
If hypothenar hammer syndrome (ulnar artery thrombosis) is suspected, an Allen test should be performed.
Possible sites on the palms are the medial phalanges or the thenar and hypothenar eminences (see Fig.
Regarding aneurysm of RA, Poirier & Stansel, indicate that the most frequent sites of aneurysms in the hand are the thenar and hypothenar eminence, as they are the two most prominent regions which are most often used for protection.
(95) Hypo/hypermobility is assessed with the patient prone while the clinician gently presses anteriorly with the hypothenar eminence on the spinous processes of lumbar vertebrae.
Clinical features Patient Symptoms and neurologic exan 1 Paresthesias in lower limbs and weakness of left hand; interosseous and hypothenar atrophy, paresis in abduction of left fingers (MRC 3), touch, pain and temperature hipoesthesia on lateral aspect of left leg.
Cases have been reported in both the volar and dorsal compartments of the forearm and in the thenar, hypothenar, and interosseous musculature of the hand.