hypothenar


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hypothenar

[hī′päth·ə‚när]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the prominent portion of the palm above the base of the little finger.
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Nine experimenters placed both electrodes on the hypothenar eminence; two studies placed the electrodes on the hypothenar and thenar eminence.
There was atrophy of the thenar, hypothenar and interosseal hand muscles in the left upper extremity (Figures 2a,b).
i) Having the patient grip on a hard cone placed in his hand and reinforced by the therapist, gives inhibitory pressure of the long flexor tendons, the thenar and hypothenar eminence.
We had to exclude the possibility that this was a result of direct trauma to the upper extremities, which may cause vascular injuries leading to ischemia of the hand and fingers such as hypothenar hammer syndrome (Reekers and Koedam, 1998; Marie et al.
Radius of leaflet-when extended 1 cm distally, calculated as the hypothenar side--will be 1.
Percussion sensitivity of the Nervus ulnaris in the Hypothenar.
Electromyography revealed no compound motor action potential response in the right hypothenar eminence or the dorsal interosseous muscles.
To start this phase, the SC sensors were attached with self-adhesive collars to the thenar and hypothenar eminences of the palm of the participants' left hands.
He could move his upper extremities with full strength, except for minimal weakness in the hypothenar muscles.
A latent palm print taken from the door area of a stolen car found at the crime scene was searched as the Hypothenar area of the left hand.
Motor evaluation revealed right forearm dorsal and volar, and right hand interosseous muscle atrophy as well as atrophy of the thenar and hypothenar areas.