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10 Matching: Match the following terms with the correct description.
Flexion
Circumduction
Adduction
Extension
Dorsiflexion
Abduction
Rotation
Pronation
Movement of a body part toward the midline
Movement around a central axis
A.
B.
Turning the palm over to face down
D. Decreasing the angle between two bones
E: Movement of a body part away from the midine
F. Increasing the angle between two bones
G. Movement of the ankle that decreases the angle between the foot and leg
H. Movement in a circle
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Transcribed Image Text:10 Matching: Match the following terms with the correct description. Flexion Circumduction Adduction Extension Dorsiflexion Abduction Rotation Pronation Movement of a body part toward the midline Movement around a central axis A. B. Turning the palm over to face down D. Decreasing the angle between two bones E: Movement of a body part away from the midine F. Increasing the angle between two bones G. Movement of the ankle that decreases the angle between the foot and leg H. Movement in a circle
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