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*  Outline of fencing
See supination. Supination - The position of the hand when the palm is facing up. See Pronation. Counter-Attack - An attack ...
*  Foot
Underpronation (supination) An individual who underpronates also initially strikes the ground on the lateral side of the heel. ... In the non-weight-bearing leg tibialis anterior flexes the foot dorsally and lift its medial edge (supination). In the weight- ... In the non-weight-bearing leg, it produces plantar flexion and supination, and, in the weight-bearing leg, it proximates the ... "Supination, Explained". Runner's World. 21 September 2001. Retrieved 28 December 2012. "Rex Ryan's Apparent Foot Fetish Not ...
*  Glossary of fencing
Supination The position of the hand when the palm is facing up. See #Pronation. Target Area The area delimited for valid hits ... See #Supination. Quarte Parry #4; blade up and to the inside, wrist supinated. The point is higher than the hand. Covers the ...
*  Anatomical terms of motion
Supination of the foot refers to turning of the sole of the foot inwards, shifting weight to the lateral edge. Supination and ... Pronation (/proʊˈneɪʃən/) and supination (/suːpɪˈneɪʃən/) refer most generally to assuming prone or supine positions, but often ... Supination of the forearm occurs when the forearm or palm are rotated outwards. ... OED 1989, "pronation". OED 1989, "supination". Swartz 2010, p. 591. Kyung 2005, p. 108. DMD 2012, "version". Taber 2001, " ...
*  Distal radioulnar articulation
Fixation should be in supination. Estaminet IV - Both ligaments are involved. Unstable in both supination and pronation. ... Supination of the radioulnar joint can move from 0 degrees neutral to approximately 80-90 degrees where Pronation of the ... Supination (palms facing up) vs. pronation (palms facing down). Muscles that contribute to function are all supinator (Biceps ... Unstable in supination. Fixation should be in pronation. Estaminet III - Dorsal distal radioulnar ligament is involved. ...
*  Pulled elbow
Among other movements, the forearm is capable of pronation and supination, which is to say rotation about the long axis of the ... This causes significant pain, partial limitation of flexion/extension of the elbow and total loss of pronation/supination in ... The two main methods are hyperpronation and a combination of supination and flexion. Hyperpronation has a higher success rate ... All movements are permitted except supination. Caused by longitudinal traction with the wrist in pronation, although in a ...
*  Insect flight
Then the wing is quickly flipped over (supination) so that the leading edge is pointed backward. The upstroke then pushes the ... Some researchers predicted force peaks at supination. With a dynamically scaled model of a fruit fly, these predicted forces ... Others argued that the force peaks during supination and pronation are caused by an unknown rotational effect that ...
*  Human leg
Pronation (eversion) and supination (inversion) occur along the oblique axis of the ankle joint. Three of the anterior muscles ... It plantarflexes the hallux and assists in supination. The flexor digitorum longus, finally, has its origin on the upper part ... The muscle produces simultaneous plantar flexion and supination in the non-weight-bearing leg, and approximates the heel to the ...
*  Carpometacarpal joint
Pronation-supination of the first metacarpal is especially important for the action of opposition. The movements of the first ... It is taut in abduction, opposition, and supination. It has been reported to be the most important restraining structure of the ...
*  Biceps curl
This muscle's primary function is elbow flexion and forearm supination. The biceps also has two heads known as the long head ...
*  Ataxia
This could involve rapidly switching from pronation to supination of the forearm. Movements become more irregular with ...
*  Ulnar claw
Exercising pronation and supination with a handle or screwdriver attachment will help stimulate the nerves. A lateral pinch and ... Repetitive motion of pronation and supination are also effective exercises for rehabilitation. ... recurring grip can also be applied for supination and pronation. Preventive therapy is recommended to preserve the function of ...
*  Nail-patella syndrome
The elbows may have limited motion (e.g., limited pronation, supination, extension). Subluxation of the radial head may occur. ...
*  Pivot joint
... these movements are typically called pronation and supination. In the standard anatomical position, the forearms are supinated ...
*  Dysdiadochokinesia
This movement is known as a pronation/supination test of the upper extremity. A simpler method using this same concept is to ...
*  Matthew Bonnan
... the evolution of pronation and supination in the forelimb of tetrapods. To these ends, he has utilized traditional anatomical ...
*  Supinator muscle
It is the most active muscle in forearm supination during unresisted supination, while biceps becomes increasingly active with ... Supination strength decreases by 64% if supinator is disabled by, for example, injury. The term "supinator" can also refer more ... and stress caused by repetitive supination and pronation. The deep radial nerve passes through the belly of supinator in 70% of ... generally to a muscle that causes supination of a part of the body. In older texts, the term "supinator longus" was used to ...
*  Tarsus (skeleton)
... the subtalar joint transforms tibial rotation into forefoot supination and pronation. The axis of rotation in the joint is ... while calcaneocuboid motion is 2 degrees flexion-extension and 7 degrees pronation-supination. The motions of the subtalar and ... In vitro talonavicular motion is 7 degrees flexion-extension and 17 degrees pronation-supination; ...
*  Olecranon
When the hand faces forward (supination) the olecranon faces towards the back (posteriorly). It is bent forward at the summit ...
*  Arm
This muscle is responsible for rotating the hand so its palm faces forward (supination).[citation needed] The musculocutaneous ...
*  Wrist
Together with the proximal radioulnar joint, the distal radioulnar joint permits pronation and supination. The radiocarpal ... not be properly described without including movements in the distal radioulnar joint in which the rotary actions of supination ...
*  List of movements of the human body
Brachioradialis puts the forearm into a midpronated/supinated position from either full pronation or supination. For the foot, ...
*  Triangular fibrocartilage
They are more taut during supination, because in supination ulnar styloid moves away from the carpal bones volar side. The ... This occurs during supination, because the radius moves distally on the ulna and creates a negative ulnar variance. With ... The role of the TFCC in supination and in pronation is a matter of dispute. Some authors (Schuind et al.) concluded that the ... During supination, the superficial palmar and the deep dorsal ligaments are tightened[citation needed], preventing palmar ...
*  Brachioradialis
It is also capable of both pronation and supination, depending on the position of the forearm. It is attached to the distal ... The brachioradialis is a stronger elbow flexor when the forearm is in a midposition between supination and pronation at the ...
*  Erb's palsy
The arm cannot be raised from the side; all power of flexion of the elbow is lost, as is also supination of the forearm". The ...