A biomechanical study of normal functional wrist motion.


Nineteen normal adults were studied by a uniaxial electrogoniometer to determine the range of wrist motion required to accomplish 15 activities of daily living. Activities for personal care requiring placing the hand at various locations on the body were accomplished by motion of 10 degrees of flexion to 15 degrees of extension. Other necessary activities… (More)


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