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(Tıp) flexion
Alternative spelling of flection
{n} the act of bending, a cast, turn, joint
A bending; a part bent; a fold
Decreasing joint angle I e Biceps Curl
act of bending a joint; especially a joint between the bones of a limb so that the angle between them is decreased
A bending or folding movement in which the angle of a joint decreases
Movement about a joint in which the bones on either side of the joint are brought closer together, decreasing the angle of the bones forming a joint Flexion is the opposite of extension (e g bending the elbow or a biceps curl)
Motion of bending a joint as achieved by a flexor muscle
The bending of a limb or joint; that motion of a joint which gives the distal member a continually decreasing angle with the axis of the proximal part; distinguished from extension
the bending of a joint
Movement of a joint that generally brings it closer to the midline of the body When typing, flexion pulls the wrist downward and curves the fingers Sit-ups are an example of flexion of the back Flexion bends the knee and elbow The palm is on the flexor side of the hand
deviation from a straight or normal course
The act of bending a joint, esp. a bone joint. The counteraction of extension
The act of bending a limb at a joint, thus forming an angle
bending; the movement that decreases the angle between bones
Bending in contrast to extending, as in leg flexion's
{i} act of bending; curvature; curve, bend; bent state; bent state of a limb or joint; inflection (Grammar)
Movement that brings two body parts closer together (bending)
Forward bending posture
The act of flexing or bending; a turning