palmar flexion

pal·mar flex·ion

bending the hand or fingers toward the palmar surface.
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The additional margins are the distal palmar flexion crease, palmar flexion PIP crease and laterally at the dorso-lateral junction.
The lines, called palmar flexion creases, allow us to do this without any excessive stretching or creating loose skin.
Movements Average (Mean + SD) Palmar flexion 57.1 with SD 3.5 Dorsiflexion 63.3 with SD 3.2 Radial deviation 17.6 with SD 3.0 Ulnar deviation 24.1 with SD 4.4 At the end of six months, four patients had stiffness of wrist with reduced radial deviation.
Range of motion was 90[degrees] (30[degrees] in dorsal flexion and 60[degrees] in palmar flexion from the neutral position of the wrist).
Fananas, "Dermatoglyphics and abnormal palmar flexion creases as markers of early prenatal stress in children with idiopathic intellectual disability," Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, vol.
Medium thickness plantar skin graft for the management of digital and palmar flexion contractures.
(17) A positive Mill's test is indicated with pain being reproduced at the medial elbow on resisted palmar flexion of the wrist with a straight elbow.
The investigator took ROM measurements for the metacarpophalangeal joints, the interphalangeal joints, and the wrist (palmar flexion, hyperextension, radial flexion, ulnar flexion).
Palmar flexion of the wrist was not limited but dorsal flexion was limited to 70 degree because of wrist pain.
Mishra's test II: The subject is asked to abduct the thumb against resistance with the wrist in slight palmar flexion.
Reduction was done with wrist in palmar flexion and ulnar deviation.

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