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Intrinsic Anatomy

The objectives of this presentation are to briefly review extrinsic extensors of the hand, review anatomy of intrinsics and mechanisms of action, review intrinsic related pathology, describe provocative positions to evaluate dysfunction, and describe ulnar negative dysfunction.
Date
29/03/2020
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USA
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