It has to wriggle its way around the elbow joint
and could be trapped.
The more recent models rely on motors from various Lego kits to bend the arm at the elbow joint
and flex the pieces that act as fingers.
WITH MARTIN PATERSON OF DONALDSON'S VETS ELBOW dysplasia means abnormal development of the elbow joint
. This causes damage to the cartilage surface of the joint - a process called osteochondrosis or OCD.
It's not surprising that there is increased demand for compression elbow sleeves, as the elbow joint
is a part of the body that could be described as underrated for the amount of work it does and the amount of care it needs.
Aguilar, who uses Lego pieces provided by a friend, proudly displayed a red-and-yellow, fully functional robotic arm built when he was 18, bending it in the elbow joint
and flexing the grabber as the electric motor inside whirred.
IANS | Toronto Flexing a single elbow joint
, which enables gulls to adapt their wing shape to gusty conditions, could relatively be a simple mechanism to inspire aircraft design, according to a new research.
The aim of this paper is to present the clinical and radiological findings of a case involving a 12-year-old adolescent who had TB arthritis in the elbow joint
Saeb Mestrihi, the head of the medical team who performed the operations, said that "we performed a bone calcification operation on a patient who could not move his elbow joint
due to an accident." The doctor added that another procedure was conducted to release one of the nerves of the upper limb and transfer some tendons and muscles to offset the poor functioning of a nerve.
 The most important causes of these complications include surgical morbidity and poor anatomical structure of the soft tissue of the elbow joint
from soft tissue.
The 70-year-old victim's elbow joint
was severed as he tried to protect himself from the fearsome blade.
The elbow joint
gets a lot of use in handball, and players experience three common overuse injuries.