Anatomical alignment of the shoulder-humerus-forearm-wrist-hand with an articulating elbow joint. Allows limited functional shoulder motion with shoulder protection.
Distal humeral fractures
Immobilization after surgery
Unconscious movement during sleep
Olecranon and Epicondyl Fractures
Ligament injuries in the elbow joint
Instabilities or hyperextension
Injuries requiring limited range of motion at the elbow
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