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Do you want to gain an insight into the various functions of hand? If that is what you are looking for, here is the sqadia.com V learning lecture to serve the purpose. First and foremost, bones and joints alongside the muscles of the hand have been conversed about. Subsequently, prehensile and non-prehensile functions in conjunction with the power and precision grips have been extensively explicated.
Bones and Joints Overview
The educator started off by conversing about The Bones of Wrist and Hand. Following this, joints of the wrist have been delineated in detail. In addition to this, radiocarpal joint, midcarpal or intercarpal joint alongside joints and motions of the thumb have been broadly presented. Next in line, motions of CMC joint, joints and motions of the thumb and joints and motions of the fingers have been reported as well. Conclusively, CMC joints of fingers and the MCP joints of the fingers have been expounded in detail.
Section two accommodates muscular overview. The educator initially talks about the muscles of the wrist, comprehensively. These include Flexor carpi ulnaris, Extensor carpi radialis longus, Flexor carpi radialis, Extensor carpi radialis brevis, Palmaris longus and Extensor carpi ulnaris. In the end, the educator wrapped up by shedding light on the muscles of the thumb and fingers.
Prehensile and Non-Prehensile Functions
Firstly, hand function and the non-prehensile functions of hand have been presented. Succeeding this, prehensile functions of hand along with prehensile functions – grasp and release have been stated. Moreover, optimal position for hand function and various types of grip have been brought into dialogue. In the end, the curtains have been brought down by a reference of power grip and precision grip.
Section four aims at elucidating the power grips. In the beginning, the educator illustrated the power grips in detail. Moving ahead, the educator has conversed about the types of power grips. Along with this, cylindrical grip and cylindrical grip variation has been brought into consideration. Furthermore, spherical grip has been narrated. In the end, the educator summed up by explicating the hook grip.
Section five discusses about the precision grips thoroughly. In the commencement, precision grips have been described. Besides this, five types of precision grips have been put forward. Firstly, pad to pad grips have been spoken about. Secondly, pinch grip and three jaw chuck grip has been brought into reflection. Additionally, Tip to tip grip and pad to side grip has been explained broadly. Conclusively, the educator winded up by highlighting the side to side grip and the lumbrical grip.