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This textbook would be the definitive examine of the surgical administration of muscular defects and neurbiologcial problems of the higher extremity. The lead editor has dedicated a life-time to surgical procedure of the hand adn top extremity, and he attracts right here on his own sequence and event
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Muscular physical activity Center of mass The center of mass of a volume is a fictitious point which allows us to assimilate a quite complex system for representations and calculations. This is useful when one considers the multiple forces exerted by different muscles on a single bone. Anthropometry can define such centers of mass, if the structures are assumed to be homogeneous. The center of mass is used in calculating the value of a force exerted on a longitudinal piece of bone. The distance between this center and a point or an axis of rotation on a moving joint is important.
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In this motor evaluation it is essential to note the passive joint mobility. ). In younger patients some osseous deformities can occur due to the muscular imbalance (obsteric palsy). At the end of the analytic motor assessment a functional evaluation is possible which depends largely on the extent and topography of the lesions. However, the functional loss is not simply the summation of the paralyzed muscles in a well defined territory. It is necessary to distinguish paralyses of nerve trunks from palsies of the brachial plexus.