Wrist-Hand Outline

Wrist-Hand Outline - Wrist and Hand A. Osteology - radius,...

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A. Osteology - radius, carpals, metacarpals, phalanges B. Arthrology - 1. radiocarpal joint (wrist) - condyloid) 2. intercarpal joints - gliding 3. metacarpophalangeal joints - condyloid 4. thumb - saddle 5. interphalangeal joints - hinge C. Movements 1. Wrist - described in terms of the hand a. flexion b. extension c. hyperextension d. abduction or radial flexion or radial deviation e. adduction or ulnar flexion or ulnar deviation f. circumduction 2. Metacarpophalangeal Joints of the Four Fingers - described in terms of the first joint of the fingers a. flexion b. extension c. abduction d. adduction 3. Thumb a. abduction b. adduction c. extension d. flexion e. hyperflexion f. circumduction g. opposition h. reposition 4. Interphalangeal Joints a. flexion b. extension D. Musculature 1. Forearm Muscles - originate on and around the epicondyles of the humerus and insert distal to the wrist a. Flexors - originate on and around medial epicondyle of humerus 1. Palmaris Longus 2. Flexor Carpi Radialis
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