The pattern of muscle activity and motion during accelerated extension of the forearm
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The pattern of muscle activity and motion during accelerated extension of the forearm

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Muscle contraction,
  • Arm -- Muscles

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Edition Notes

Statementby Richard Edmund Heeschen.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 119 leaves
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13551686M
OCLC/WorldCa2495035

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Muscles of the forearm that act on the wrist and hand are referred to as extrinsic muscles, or external to the hand. Those located within the hand are referred to as intrinsic. Muscles of the Forearm. As with the upper arm, the forearm is split into anterior and posterior compartment. Flexion and Extension. Flexion and extension are movements that take place within the sagittal plane and involve anterior or posterior movements of the body or limbs. For the vertebral column, flexion (anterior flexion) is an anterior (forward) bending of the neck or body, while extension involves a posterior-directed motion, such as straightening from a flexed position or bending backward. Your arm muscles allow you to perform hundreds of everyday movements, from making a fist to bending your thumb. We’ll go over all the muscles in your upper arm and forearm as well as explain. After the removal of your cast, your arm is assessed and you display weakness in AROM and MRT during forearm flexion, extension and supination, shoulder flexion and extension and adduction. Which tissues are most likely to elicit the above results on ROM REsting.

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Flexion and Extension. Flexion and extension are movements that take place within the sagittal plane and involve anterior or posterior movements of the body or the vertebral column, flexion (anterior flexion) is an anterior (forward) bending of the neck or body, while extension involves a posterior-directed motion, such as straightening from a flexed position or bending backward.   All exercises showed significant less muscle activity for the elbow extension (eccentric). The Incline Dumbbell Curl and the classical Dumbbell Biceps Curl resulted in similar patterns of biceps brachii activation for the whole range of motion, whereas Dumbbell Preacher Curl elicited high muscle activation only for a short range of elbow joint Cited by:   Numerous other investigators have attempted to quantify the amount of elbow and forearm motion required to perform various functional activities. 3,6,14,15,19,20,22–24 A summary of elbow and forearm range of motion related to various functional activities is provided in Table Most of the studies from which data were derived were performed in healthy adults, although some data . Like the upper arm, the muscles of the forearm are separated into two compartments, the anterior flexors and posterior extensors. Although most of the anterior forearm muscles cause flexion of the wrist or fingers, there are two muscles in this group which cause pronation. These muscles are the pronator teres and the pronator quadratus.