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  • Kinesiology
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  • Humeroulnar Joint Humeroulnar Joint True hinge joint True hinge joint
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  • Trochlea Trochlea medial side medial side spool like process spool like process Capitulum Capitulum lateral side lateral side spherical knob spherical knob Medial and Lateral Epicondyle Medial and Lateral Epicondyle
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  • C. Medial epicondyle D. Trochlea E. Capitulum Lateral Epicondy le
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  • Radial notch Radial notch directly beneath the capitulum of the humerus directly beneath the capitulum of the humerus Unable to abduct and adduct because of the annular ligament that encircles the radial head and binds it to the radial notch of the ulna Unable to abduct and adduct because of the annular ligament that encircles the radial head and binds it to the radial notch of the ulna
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  • Movement Pronation and Supination Movement Pronation and Supination
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  • The two joints of the elbow as well as the proximal radioulnar joint is completely enveloped in a single extensive capsule The two joints of the elbow as well as the proximal radioulnar joint is completely enveloped in a single extensive capsule The capsule is strengthened by four ligaments The capsule is strengthened by four ligaments anterior, posterior, radial collateral, and ulnar collateral. anterior, posterior, radial collateral, and ulnar collateral.
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  • Flexion and Extension Flexion and Extension
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  • 1.Biceps brachii 2.Brachialis 3.Brachioradialis 4.Pronator teres
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  • 1.Tricpes brachii 2.Anconeus
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  • 1.Biceps brachii 2.Supinator
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  • 1.Pronator teres 2.Pronator quadratus

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