Hi Everyone, It has been a great challenge (and greater confusion) to integrate review case studies, anatomy, moments and all! Assuming an individal has a neutral/normally positioned STJ axis (neither medial nor lateral), 1. Is the net moment generated by: a. flexor digitorum longus tendons = a supination moment?
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