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Wrist Radial Deviation

Wrist Radial Deviation

In this video, the motion of moving the wrist to the outside/laterally is wrist radial deviation. Wrist radial deviation is demonstrated from a position with the arm at the side of the body and the palm facing forward which is the anatomical position for the upper extremity as seen from a front or anterior view.


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