pronator (muscle)

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pronator (muscle)

[TA]
muscle that twists forearm about a longitudinal axis from the supinated or neutral position toward one in which the dorsum of the hand is directed anteriorly from the anatomical position.
Synonym(s): musculus pronator [TA]
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The pronator muscle is still a little sore, and going up into the medial ligament up into the inside of the elbow, so it just needs a little bit of rest.
Although he added that his pronator muscle was still "quite sore", it was his putting that cost him dear.
Pronator muscle weakness in functional instability of the ankle.
The aim of this study is to give detailed anatomical informations about the quadratus pronator muscle innervation.
The anterior interosseous nerve was identified in the cubital fossa and deeply in the superficial flexor muscle of fingers till the point where the quadratus pronator muscle was inervated (Fig.
For determination of the anterior interosseous nerve, we considered the point where it onginated until the point where the most distal nervous branch penetrated into the quadratus pronator muscle.
The main responsible for pronation of forearm is the quadratus pronator muscle, which is helped in this movement by the teres pronator muscle.
There are several points wherein the nerve compression may occur: fibrous arcs formed by the superficial flexor muscle of fingers, teres pronator muscle, or both; the Gantzer muscle and vascular chains surrounding the nerve (Olehnik et al.
Due to the great importance for clinical doctors, orthopedists and physiotherapists, not only to help in treatment and diagnostic, in recovering of lesions and mainly in case of surgical interventions in points where those nervous branches are located, this study aim to give detailed anatomical informations about the teres pronator muscle innervation.
Since the capitellum was intact and displacement of fracture fragment was anterior, antero-medial approach through the interval between flexor pronator muscles medially and the brachialis muscle laterally was utilized.
23) "Little leaguer's elbow" typically occurs in 9- to 12-year-old baseball pitchers, and represents avulsion and fragmentation of the medial humeral epicondyle due to repeated valgus stress from the flexor and pronator muscles across the growth plate.