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Scapholunate ligament tear is most frequently encountered in the aftermath of trauma in supination and extension of the wrist. It… Expand Because the dynamics of wrist rotations are dominated by stiffness, understanding wrist rotations requires a thorough… Expand Because wrist rotation dynamics are dominated by stiffness (Charles SK, Hogan N. J Biomech 44: 614-621, 2011), understanding how… Expand When humans rotate their wrist in flexion-extension, radial-ulnar deviation, and combinations, the resulting paths (like the path… Expand This is the first prospective consecutive case series study that has examined the effectiveness of static progressive splinting… Expand BackgroundTo compare the effectiveness of a custom-made leather wrist splint (LS) with a commercially available fabric splint (FS… Expand PURPOSE
Decreased wrist flexion and/or extension after trauma or surgery can be a challenging problem. Physical therapy, orthoses… Expand Over the past three decades, much research in motor neuroscience has focused on understanding how humans make coordinated… Expand We report the case of a child who presented polydactyly with eight triphalangeal fingers, no thumb or radius and ulnar dimelia… Expand In order to determine the maximum joint stiffness that could be produced by cocontraction of wrist flexor and extensor muscles… Expand