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List of adductors of the human body

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List of adductors of the human body

Adduction is an anatomical term of motion referring to a movement which brings a part of the anatomy closer to the middle sagittal plane of the body.

Contents

  • Upper limb 1
    • Arm and shoulder 1.1
    • Hand and wrist 1.2
  • Lower limb 2
    • Foot and toes 2.1
  • Other 3
  • References 4
  • See also 5

Upper limb

Arm and shoulder

Hand and wrist

Lower limb

Foot and toes

Other

References

  1. ^ Shoulder Articulations
  2. ^ Wrist Articulations
  3. ^ Finger Articulations
  4. ^ Thumb Articulations
  5. ^ Hip Articulations
  6. ^ Foot Articulations

See also


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