Nawal A Moosawi

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Axial rotation of the carpal bones forms an important component of all wrist movements; however, carpal alignment in the axial plane has somehow not attracted attention. The present study comprised computed tomography (CT) imaging of the wrist joint in 53 asymptomatic volunteers lying prone with the shoulder abducted, elbow flexed and the palm facing down.(More)
BACKGROUND Supination and pronation movements occur primarily at the forearm though are possible at the wrist joint too. The axial rotation of the wrist also called the radiometacarpal rotation has been quantified but for its passive range which may never occur during the day-to-day routine activities. It is normally not possible for the wrist joint to(More)
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