Finger Adduction

In this video, the motion of bringing the fingers together is adduction. Adduction is occurring at the metacarpophalangeal joints. Metacarpophalangeal adduction is demonstrated from a position of the fingers being spread apart to a position of full adduction as seen from a front or anterior view.

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