Definition of Pronated

1. Adjective. (anatomy) : Having one’s hand rotated so that the palm faces the same direction as the knob of the elbow. ¹



2. Adjective. (anatomy) : Having one's foot twisted so that if walking, the weight would be borne on the inner edge of the foot. ¹

3. Verb. (past of pronate) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pronated

1. pronate [v] - See also: pronate

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Literary usage of Pronated

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1884)
"It is well known that when the forearm is pronated, the points of origin and ... In the pronated forearm, the radius crosses the course of the ulna in such ..."

2. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"The knee must therefore in subjects with pronated feet be kept in extension ... It was important to recognize the difference between a pronated foot and a ..."

3. The Women's Health and Aging Study: Health and Social Characteristics of ...edited by Jack M. Guralnik, Linda P. Fried, Eleanor M. Simonsick, Judith D. Kasper, Mary E. Lafferty edited by Jack M. Guralnik, Linda P. Fried, Eleanor M. Simonsick, Judith D. Kasper, Mary E. Lafferty (1996)
"Then flex the affected arm anteriorly to 90° with the forearm pronated. The elbow should be slightly flexed, hand "fisted," and the thumb pointing. ..."

4. The Diseases of Children: A Work for the Practising Physician by Meinhard von Pfaundler, Arthur Schlossmann (1912)
"... dorsum and running across the sole, thus enabling the foot to be strongly pronated by traction (Fig. 53b). From the over-pronated foot the bandage takes ..."

5. A Manual of surgery for students and physicians by Francis T. Stewart (1921)
"Dislocation of the ulna alone is rare, and can occur only in a backward direction; the forearm is flexed, fixed, and pronated, and the olecranon is unduly ..."

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