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*  Shadow Hand
The forearm structure is slightly wider than a human forearm. The Shadow Dexterous Hand has 24 joints. It has 20 degrees of ... The motor hand is driven by 20 DC motors in the forearm, whereas the muscle hand is powered by 20 antagonistic pairs of Air ... Muscles in the forearm. All hands have Hall effect sensors integrated into every joint to provide precise positional feedback. ...
*  Acquired non-inflammatory myopathy
The forearm ischemic exercise test takes advantage of this physiology and has been standardized to screen for disorders of ...
*  Extensor digitorum brevis manus muscle
"The Phylogeny of the Human Forearm Extensors - ProQuest". search.proquest.com. Retrieved 2016-06-04. Souter, W. A. (1966-09-01 ...
*  Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm
Medial cutaneous nerve of forearm Posterior cutaneous nerve of forearm Superior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm Cross-section ... It supplies the skin of the lower two-thirds of the dorso-lateral surface of the forearm, communicating with the superficial ... The volar branch (ramus volaris; anterior branch) descends along the radial border of the forearm to the wrist, and supplies ... The dorsal branch (ramus dorsalis; posterior branch) descends, along the dorsal surface of the radial side of the forearm to ...
*  Upper-limb surgery in tetraplegia
If one of these muscles is nonfunctional the patient will lose forearm supination and elbow flexion if the tendon is ... a review with application to arm and forearm tendon transfer design; Zajac FE, J Hand Surg 1992;17A:799-804. Upper limb ...
*  Radial artery
In human anatomy, the radial artery is the main artery of the lateral aspect of the forearm. The radial artery arises from the ... It runs distally on the anterior part of the forearm. There, it serves as a landmark for the division between the anterior and ... Cross-section through the middle of the forearm. The radial and ulnar arteries. Front of right upper extremity, showing surface ... posterior compartments of the forearm, with the posterior compartment beginning just lateral to the artery. The artery winds ...
*  Triangular fibrocartilage
To control the forearm rotation the DRUJ acts in concert with the proximal radioulnar joint. The connection between the distal ... Patients may be advised to wear a temporary splint or cast to immobilize the wrist and forearm for four to six weeks. The ... Anamnesis Injuries to the TFCC may be preceded by a fall on a pronated outstretched arm; a rotational injury to the forearm; an ... Injury may also occur from a distraction force applied to the volar forearm or wrist. Finally tears of the TFCC are frequently ...
*  Carpal tunnel syndrome
Ache and discomfort can possibly be felt more proximally in the forearm or even the upper arm. Less-specific symptoms may ... of the thoracic outlet or the area where the median nerve passes between the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm, ...
*  Beelzebub's tube-nosed bat
Its forearm is approximately 33.7 mm (1.33 in) long. Its tail is 40.6 mm (1.60 in), and its hind foot is 7.7 mm (0.30 in) long ...
*  Deep artery of arm
Arteries of the back of the forearm and hand. Deep brachial artery Deep brachial artery This article incorporates text in the ...
*  James Paxton (baseball)
On May 5, 2017, Paxton was placed on the 10-day disabled list due to a left forearm strain. Paxton pitched exceedingly well in ... "James Paxton lands on DL with left forearm strain". MLB. Retrieved May 5, 2017. Career statistics and player information from ...
*  Eastern red bat
Its forearm is approximately 40.6 mm (1.60 in) long. Its dental formula is 1.1.2.33.1.2.3, for a total of 32 teeth. The aspect ...
*  Sandbar Fight
Bowie spun and cut off part of Alfred's forearm; Carey fired a second shot at Bowie, but missed. As the Blanchard brothers fled ...
*  Canada at the 2016 Summer Olympics
"Arthur Margelidon to miss Olympic judo with broken forearm". www.olympics.cbc.ca/. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 27 July ... however had to withdraw after breaking his forearm in training. Men Women Canadian athletes qualified two quota spots in the ...
*  Equine conformation
Long Forearm A long forearm is desirable, especially if the horse also has a short cannon. It increases leverage for maximum ... A long forearm is best for speed events, jumping events, and long distance trail riding. Short Forearm Although uncommon, it is ... The muscles of the front of the forearm are known as extensors and the back of the forearm are known as flexors. The muscling ... The length of stride is dependent on the forearm length and shoulder angle, so a short forearm causes horse to need to increase ...
*  Aleksandra Wozniak
She was out for the remainder of the season due to a forearm injury. In her first Grand Slam appearance since coming back from ... "Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak's season over thanks to forearm injury". Vancouver Sun. Archived from the original on November 15, ...
*  Ashleigh McConnell
She is missing her left forearm and left hand. She attended Sunbury College. In 2015, she is studying Business at Royal ...
*  Ulnar claw
Massaging the forearm muscles also alleviates the tightness that occurs with muscles exertion. Stretching allows the muscles ... Neiman R, Maiocco B, Deeney VF (1998). "Ulnar nerve injury after closed forearm fractures in children". J Pediatr Orthop. 18 (5 ... Exercises are focused on the forearm muscles, such as the extensor carpi ulnaris; extensor digitorum to antagonize the flexion ... loss of the relevant lumbricals and the flexor digitorum profundus along with unopposed action of forearm extensors), and a ...
*  Little goblin bat
Its forearm is approximately 30 mm (1.2 in) long. Its ears are small and pointed at the tips. The tragus is short, at 4 mm ( ...
*  Little pied bat
The forearm commonly between 31-33 mm in length. The thumb is not overly enlarged but is capable of free movement. The wrist is ...
*  2014 Western & Southern Open - Men's Singles
Nick Kyrgios (Withdrew due to left forearm injury) 05. Bernard Tomic (Qualified) 06. Tobias Kamke (First round) 07. Bla┼ż Rola ( ...
*  Anterior interosseous syndrome
Injuries of the forearm with compression of the nerve is the most common cause: examples include supracondylar fractures, often ... Most patients experience poorly localised pain in the forearm. The pain is sometimes referred into the cubital fossa and elbow ... "Syndromes of compression of the median nerve in the proximal forearm (pronator teres syndrome; anterior interosseous nerve ... causes pain in the forearm and a characteristic weakness of the pincer movement of the thumb and index finger. Most cases of ...
*  Arm recoil
The elbow (forearm) is extended by pulling the hand; then released. How quickly the forearm returns to flexed original position ... The baby is placed supine, with forearm flexed at elbow. ...
*  Wrist curl
The forearm itself should remain resting on the thigh. Then the weight should be slowly lowered back down to the starting point ... To perform a seated wrist curl, the lifter should be seated on a bench with knees bent and the forearm(s) resting on the thigh ... In a steady motion, the lifter should raise the weight by using the forearm muscles to bring the hand up as far as possible. ... The wrist curl is a weight training exercise for developing just the wrist flexor muscles of the forearm. It is therefore an ...
*  Anatomical terms of muscle
For example, the pronator teres muscle of the forearm. Unipennate muscles have fibres that run the entire length of only one ...