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Movement Device Minimum Maximum Range Elbow Flexion TMR Myoelectric 69.
Participants were led through a series of stretching exercises, and they then practiced using the video feedback system to control their elbow flexion torque output until they were able to consistently keep their torque output within [+ or -] 10% of the target.
If symptoms persist with functional limitations in elbow flexion and supination, surgical intervention should be considered.
Muscle Joint position Action Triceps 0[degrees] shoulder flexion Elbow extension Brachii 90[degrees] elbow flexion Latissimus 0[degrees] elbow flexion, Shoulder extension Dorsi 30[degrees] shoulder abduction and internal and internally rotated rotation Anterior 0[degrees] elbow flexion Shoulder flexion Deltoid 45[degrees] shoulder flexion Vastus 90[degrees] knee flexion Knee extension Lateralis in a seated position Table 2.
We collected three trials at each joint angle and repeated the tapping at 60[degrees], 90[degrees], and 120[degrees] elbow flexion.
41) Finally, it must be emphasized that in the reconstruction of global injuries, priority must be given to reinnervation of the hand as opposed to adult cases where emphasis is placed on recovery of shoulder stability and elbow flexion.
The torque required to initiate movement at the elbow flexion and shoulder elevation joints of the robot was 0.
One of the advantages cited by advocates of anterior transposition of the ulnar nerve at the cubital tunnel is that the nerve, in its new position, is less subject to stretch on elbow flexion.
Our previous intervention work was successful in partially reducing the abnormal coupling of elbow flexion during isometric shoulder abduction following an 8-week training period [10].
The joint flexion angles (knee, hip, shoulder and elbow flexion, Figure 2A, B, C, D, 4A and C) were used to determine the longitudinal axes of the proximal and distal segments.
This deformity was accentuated with resisted elbow flexion and was more pronounced on the left side.
For example, when describing coordinating wrist flexion with elbow flexion and wrist extension with elbow extension, Li et al.