The sartorius and inner thigh muscles (or adductors) also contribute to external rotation, while the abdominals stabilize the pelvis.
What does ER stand for?
ER stands for External Rotation
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We have 64 other meanings of ER in our Acronym Attic
- Expense Report
- Explicit Rate (networking)
- Explicit Routing
- Exploitation Requirement
- Extended Range
- Extended Range (C-17 acquisition program)
- Extensive Reading
- External Relations
- External Resistance
- Extracellular Release
- Extracting Roots
- Eye Relief (optics)
- Office of Energy Research
- Educational Research and Dissemination (American Federation of Teachers)
- Environmental Review And Integration
- Emergency Response and Removal (Branch of US EPA)
- Estrogen Receptor-Positive
- E Rosette-Negative (hematology)
- Estadiol Receptor-Negative
Samples in periodicals archive:
On day 5, assisted external rotation exercises in supine position were started, and then on day 8, pendulum exercises in both internal and external rotation were added.
To assess which is responsible for the greater internal knee rotation during landing in females--namely, increased knee internal moment or decreased external rotation muscle activity--we compared kinematic, kinetic, and electromyographic characteristics between males and females.
Exercises several times a day, in forward flexion, external rotation, internal rotation, and abduction are helpful.
Additionally, there is some architectural evidence that subscapularis is responsible for stability on the apprehension position of 90[degrees] abduction and 90[degrees] external rotation.
2) Violent muscle contraction during a seizure, with the humeri in external rotation, is the most probable explanation of BADS in these cases.
The one exception was peak ankle external rotation moment of the prosthetic limb for TA was less than NA for the inside limb turning.