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GRIP & GRASP
- Grip and Grasp Anatomy: The carpals.
- The carpus is designed to increase the tension in the tendons of the fingers (both extensors and flexors) and optimise these movements.
- The proximal row are functionally separate from the distal row.
- Flexion of the wrist initially occurs between these two rows, with the scaphoid acting as a bridge, so that in the final stage of flexion the whole carpus moves as a single unit.
- The same occurs in...