2. Verb. (past of hyperextend) ¹
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Definition of Hyperextended
1. hyperextend [v] - See also: hyperextend
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Literary usage of Hyperextended
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1. Neurological Bulletin by Frederick Tilney, Columbia University, Dept. of Neurology (1919)
"The fingers when extended are hyperextended, producing the familiar "saddle-backed" appearance (Fig. i). There are slight and somewhat doubtful pareses of ..."
2. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1922)
"The scaphoid fracture occurs in the case of hyperextended wrist if the hand is abducted (Destot, Codman and Chase, Gabaglio, Mc- Carty, Pilcher, Schulz, ..."
3. Organic and functional nervous diseases: A Text-book of Neurology by Moses Allen Starr (1913)
"Later, a claw-hand appears, the first phalanges being hyperextended, ... The thumb is also hyperextended, and, the metacarpal bone being drawn backward but ..."
4. A Practical treatise on fractures and dislocations by Lewis Atterbury Stimson (1907)
"The phalanx may be hyperextended, or straight, or flexed across the end of the proximal one. The coexistence of a wound on the palmar surface of the joint ..."
5. Lateral curvature of the spine and round shoulders by Robert Williamson Lovett (1916)
"Side Bending in the hyperextended Position of the Spine.—With the spine of the cadaver, model, or child hyperextended, the side bending becomes a sharply ..."
6. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1902)
"The lower back was flat, the pelvis slightly forward, and the knees hyperextended. In May, 1902, the spinal outline was the same, but the knees were ..."