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- A -
ankylosis
ATNR

- B -
Babkin reflex

- C -
camptodactyly
carpal tunnel syndrome
cherioarthrophaty
clenched hands

- D -
diabetic hand syndrome
Dupuytren's contracture

- E -
-

- F -
finger-flexor reflex
flexibility signs

- G -
grasp reflex
- H -
hand reflexes
hand tremors
Hoffman's reflex
hyperextensible finger joints
hypotonia

- I -
impaired finger coördination

- J -
-

- K -
-

- L -
limited joint mobility
locked finger
loss of touch

- M -
moro reflex

- N -
stiff-hand syndrome

- O -
opposable thumbs

- P -
palm-chin reflex
palm-head reflex
palmer reflex
palmomental reflex
Phalen's test
pinky immobility
prayer sign
[see: limited joint mobility]
primitive reflexes

- Q -
-

- R -
reflexes
rooting reflex

- S -
stenosing tenosynovitis
Steinberg sign
(very) stiff fingers
[see: limited joint mobility]
stiff-hand syndrome
- T -
thumb sign
Tinel's sign
touch loss
tremors (outstretched hands)
trident hand
trigger finger

- U -
-

- V -
-

- W -
-

- X -
-

- Y -
-

- Z -
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NOTICE: Keep in mind that every single hand sign always bares the potential
to have an association with multiple psychology- and/or health related themes;
a solid assessment always requires a consideration of hand sign combinations!


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