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1 REVIEWING THE JOINT MOVEMENTS Name the motion in direction of arrow.

2 Flexing the Leg at Knee

3 Circumduction of leg.

4 Abduct Wrist

5 Abduct at your wrist.

6 Flexing the Trunk

7 Adduct Wrist

8 Hyperextension of head.

9 Abduct Arm

10 Adduct Arm

11 Abduct Fingers

12 Plantar flexion.

13 Adduct Fingers

14 Pronation.

15 Extension at the Thigh

16 Inversion.

17 Abduct Arm

18 Adduct at your wrist.

19 Hyperextension of the Head

20 Extending The Trunk

21 Flexion of entire leg.

22 Extending The Leg at the Knee

23 GIVE TERM movement of a limb toward the midline of the body. the digits move toward the longitudinal axis of the hand or foot. Adduction

24 Extension of entire arm.

25 Dorsiflexion Of Foot

26 Flexing Head Chin toward chest.

27 Rotation of leg.

28 Abduct Arm

29 Circumduction of Head

30 Extension at the Thigh

31 Hyperextension of the Head

32 Retraction of shoulder.

33 Extending The Head To this point

34 Opposition.

35 Abduct Fingers

36 Extension at the Thigh

37 Flexing the Arm at Shoulder Bring entire arm forward with movement at shoulder only.

38 Depression of shoulder.

39 Abduct Wrist

40 Flexing Head Chin toward chest.

41 Opposition

42 Abduct Wrist

43 Adduct Arm

44 Reposition.

45 Hyperextending the Trunk

46 Abduct Fingers

47 Extension at the Thigh

48 Circumduction of Head

49 Flexing the Trunk

50 GIVE TERM a combination of flexion, abduction, extension and adduction performed one after the other. The proximal end of the limb remains stationary and the distal end moves in a circle. The limb as a whole outlines a cone. Circumduction

51 Adduct Wrist

52 Inversion

53 Plantar Flexion

54 Protraction of Shoulder Blades

55 GIVE TERM: movement of a bone around its longitudinal axis without lateral or medial displacement. Rotation

56 Retraction of Shoulder Blades

57 Retraction of Lower Jaw

58 Extending The Trunk

59 Rotation Of Head

60 Circumduction of Hip

61 Supination

62 Rotation Of Trunk

63 GIVE TERM: movement that results in a portion of the body being moved forward on a plane parallel to the ground. Protraction

64 Protraction of Lower Jaw

65 Circumduction of Arm

66 Opposition

67 Pronation

68 Circumduction of Hip

69 Elevation of Shoulder

70 Give term: movement that results in the protracted portion of the body being moved on a parallel plane, back to its original position Retraction

71 Pronation

72 Retraction of Lower Jaw

73 Dorsiflexion Of Foot

74 Retraction of Shoulder Blades

75 Lateral flexion of head.

76 Eversion

77 Depression of Shoulder

78 Pronation Watch animation

79 Supination

80 Lateral flexion

81 Plantar Flexion

82 Supination

83 Give term: movement that results in the medial turning of the sole of the foot. Inversion

84


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