The Hip: Preservation, Replacement and Revision

Elbow Joint

 - ROM:
      - normal flexion is from 0 to 150 deg of motion and 80 deg of pronation and supination;
      - functional range of motion is from 30-130 deg flexion and 50 deg of pronation-supination;
 - no tenderness, synovitis, swelling, subcutaneous nodules along the olecranon border (bursa), lateral/medial epicondyle;
 - no tenderness medial supracondylar line of humerus / no median nerve sx;
 - with flexion, the olecranon and medial and lateral epicondyles formed an isosceles triangle;
 - with extension olecranon and epicondyles lie in a straight line;
 - with supination and pronation, no tenderness over radial head;
 - no tenderness/instability of lateral colateral ligament with varus stress
 - no tenderness/instability of medial colateral lig. with valgus stress;
 - tennis elbow test

Functional Elbow Range of Motion for Contemporary Tasks

Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Tuesday, September 4, 2012 12:26 pm