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“…The muscle also displayed similar joint angle effects for a neutral forearm at various elbow angles, as observed by Bechtel and Caldwell [19] for elbow flexion torques only. As detailed by Pigeon et al [31] and Ettema et al [18], the contribution of BB to supination torques decreases with extension of the elbow for all forearm angles. However, the % MVE values were similar for 75% supine and neutral but considerably lower for 75% prone.…”
Section: Bbsupporting
confidence: 51%
“…The muscle also displayed similar joint angle effects for a neutral forearm at various elbow angles, as observed by Bechtel and Caldwell [19] for elbow flexion torques only. As detailed by Pigeon et al [31] and Ettema et al [18], the contribution of BB to supination torques decreases with extension of the elbow for all forearm angles. However, the % MVE values were similar for 75% supine and neutral but considerably lower for 75% prone.…”
Section: Bbsupporting
confidence: 51%
“…Due to the constant distances between the elbow joint axis and the original, insertion points of BB and TB, the muscle length was derived from the variable component relative to the angle and the constant using trigonometry [13]. Next, the moment arm of each muscle was calculated readily from its length and joint angle by the tendon displacement method [14].…”
Section: Musculoskeletal Geometrymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Twenty four distinct muscles cross the elbow joint and these muscles originate from the distal humerus and insert on the forearm and hand (Morrey, 2000;Pigeon, Yahia, & Feldman, 1996). These muscles produce flexion-extension, forearm pronation-supination, and flexion-extension of the wrist and fingers.…”
Section: Muscle Anatomymentioning
confidence: 99%