Index

Abductor digiti minimiquinti, 45. 47, 48 Abductor longus, 57 Abductor pollicis brevis, 46 Abductor pollicus longus, 45, 46, 57 Abductor pollicis trans versus, 47 Adductor polticis, 45, 46, 48 Adult hands, 130-133 Anatomy and structure, 40-52 Annular ligament, 45,46, 47,48 Arc rhythms, 33

Arm, upper and lower, 11-15; structures, 53

Ball and Rod forms, 21

Biceps, 11

Blood vessels, 49

Bones, of hand and wrist. 41 -43

Brachioradialis, 46

Capitate bone, 41 Carpals, 41-44, 58, 128 Carpi ulnans, 68 Carpo-metacarpal joint, 44 Carpus, 41

Cartilaginous materials, 123 Children's hands, 123-129 Compressions, arbitrary, 92 Condyle (s), 53, 55

Contraposed angles, 72; fingers, 90; masses. It, 12, 22, 141 Contraposition. 11,91, 138 Crest and trough rhythm, 22, 32

Deltoid, 15

Digitus annularis (ring) finger, 45-48 Digitus minimus(littlc) finger. 45,47. 48 Dorsal digital veins, 50 Dorsal intcrosseus, 48; muscles, 45; I, 47 Dorsal venous arch, 49. 50

Elbow, 53,55; flexion of, 53

Expansion and compression, 92

Extensor brcvis, 56

Extensor carpi radialis, 68

Extensor carpi radialis brcvis. tendon of, 46

Extensor carpi radialis longus. origin of, 45; tendon of, 46

Extensor carpi ulnaris, origin of. 45, 48; tendon of, 45

Extensor digiti minimi, tendon of, 45

Extensor digitorum, 68

Ex tensor dig it orum communis, 46,48,59; tendon of, 45,46,48 Extensor indicts, tendon of, 45, 46 Extensor longus, 57

Extensor pollicis brevis. 45-47, 57; tendon of, 46 Extensor pollie is longus, 46, 57; tendon of, 45.46

Face, proportion in relation to hand, 39 Fibrous sheath, 47 Fig hand, 121

Finger and thumb, closure; relationships, 34, 35 Finger, angles, 74; counting, 116; extensions, 104; forms, 21, 83; index, 45-48; lengths, 100; little, 28; nails, 37; opening, 79; outstretched, 35; pads, 45-48; root. 100; shank, 21, 23, 62; tendons, 59; lips. 22, 62, 93 Fist, 77; clenched. 105; closure of, 68, 78 Forearm, 11; flexed, 15 Forms and structures, 10 Flexor carpi radialis, 46; tendon of, 47 Flexor carpi ulnaris, 47. 48 Flexor digiti minimi, 47

Flexor digitorum sublimus, 47,48; tendon of, 47 Flexor pollicis brevis, 47,48 Flexor pollicis longus. tendon of, 47

Foreshortening, 82-94T 141; frontal, 98; in rotation. 84; thumb,

Frontal parallel projection, 97

Hamate bone, 41,46,48; hook of, 44, 47 Hands, action of, 100-114; aging of, 122-134; dorsal view , 20; gestures of, 114-122; movement of, 64-82; palms of, 14-17; proportions and measurements, 24-40; reversing positions of, 98 Humerus, 53 Hyperbolic arc, 34

Hypothcnar eminence, 17, 18,48,61, 105

Index finger, 30, 31, 70, 100, 107; action of, 95; relation of to thumb, 79 Infancy, hands in. 123, 124 Interlacing, 86, 87.91 Intermetacarpals, 43; ligaments of, 41 Interosscus muscles, I, II, 46 Intrjphalangeal, 44; joints, 43; webbing, 45, 48

Knuck!e(sh23. 54;capsules, 21;of fist. 69;of indexfinger, 30; of little finger* 29; pads. 18; side view of. 71

Latitudinal arcs, 20 Left hand. 46-48 Lines and wrinkles, 131

Little finger. 34, 36, 54; knuckle, 29; measurements. 28

Long finger, 27

Longitudinal curses. 20

Longitudinal digital veins, 51

Lunate bone, 41, 58; eminence of, 48

Measurements, hand, lacc. arm, 38. 39 Medial phalanx, 41 M├ędius finger, 45-48

Metacarpals < metacarpus) 41 -43, 56, 71 ; ligaments of. 41 ; base of, I and 11,45; V, 48 Metacarpo-phalangeal joints, 44 Multiple-sequence changes, 99

Natural rhythms, 32

Olecranon, 53, 55 Open finger, variations. 80 Opponens pollicis, 47,48 Opposition. 89 Ossification. 128 Overlapping, 86, 89.91,99

Palm, 16.25.31* 66-68; curvature of, 20; and finger measures, 25; open, 103, 117; ridge, 17, 18; rotation. 65; scoop, 16; wedge. 14. 15, 18 Palmar interossei, 47 Palmar structures, 17; venous system. 51 Palmares longus, 48. 61 ; tendon of, 47 Parallel cunen and spirals, 32 Parallel projection. 96 Phalanges, 41-43

Phalanx, 25.41.43,71 ; terminal .41; middle in fist closure, 69 Pisiform bone. 41, 44,47, 48, 53, 54 Pollex (thumb), 45-48 Preadolcscent hands, 128

Radial eminence, 47, 56 Radio-carpal joints, 41.43. 44 Radio-ulnar joint, 41

Right hand, 45

Rod and ball forms, 21

Roman society * use of thumb. 120

Rotation, downward thumb, 76

Scaphoid bone, 41,44

Sesamoid bone. 41

Sheath for flexor tendons. 47

Shoulder mass. II

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