One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘With biceps tendinosis, the physical examination reveals tenderness of the distal biceps tendon that increases with resisted flexion and supination.’
- ‘Called supination, this motion results in higher levels of biceps muscle activation than the typical palms-up dumbbell curls.’
- ‘On examination, the arm is held limply with the elbow extended and wrist pronated, and the child resists attempted supination of the arm.’
- ‘Strength testing of the biceps and triceps muscles, pronation, supination, and wrist flexion and extension should be performed.’
- ‘Common abnormalities, which include lack of full supination and full pronation, may indicate an old injury of the forearm, wrist or elbow.’
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