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HUMEROULNAR JOINT

TROCHLEA OF HUMERUS & TROCHLEAR NOTCH OF THE ULNA (SNYOLVILA JOINT)

RESTING POSITION OF THE HUMEROULNAR JOINT

70 DEGREE OF FLEXION & 10 DEGREE SUPINATION (PALM UP)

CLOSE-PACKED POSITION OF THE HUMEROULNAR JOINT

FULL EXTENSION & SUPINATION

HUMERORADIAL JOINT

CAPITULUM OF HUMERUS & HEAD OF RADIUS

PROXIMAL RODIOULNAR JOINT

HEAD OF RADIUS & RADIAL NOTCH OF ULNA

DISTAL RADIOULNAR JOINT

HEAD OF ULNA & ULNAR NOTCH OF RADIUS

WHAT TWO JOINTS FUNCTION AS A LOOSE HINGE JOINT?

HUMEROULNAR/HUMERORADIAL

HUMEROULNAR AND THE HUMERORADIAL JOINT HAVE HOW MUCH FLEXION & EXTENSION.

150/0

THE PROXIMAL & DISTAL RADIOULNAR JOINT ARE WHAT KIND OF JOINT?

PIVOT

WHAT ARE THE DEGREES OF SUPINATION & PRONATION FOR THE PROXIMAL & DISTAL RADIOULNAR JOINTS?

90/90

THE RADIAL HEAD SPINS AND THE RADIUS COROSSES OVER THE ULNA DURING?

PRONATION

THE RADIUS AND THE ULA LIE PARALLEL TO EACH OTHER DURING?

SUPINATION

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