Fractures are most common in the lumbar region, where flexion is most restricted.
flexion, inversion, and adduction of the thighs also occurred.
At which point the first flexion occurred will never be determined.
In flexion, the hand is bent backwards; in extension it is carried forwards.
The "flexion reflex" is the pulling up of the leg in response to a pinch, prick or burn on the foot.
This is brought about by flexion of the elbow and carpal joints.
Motion is that of flexion and extension; slight rotation is possible when the position is that of flexion.
From this mother dialect our English differs less in respect of etymology, than of syntax, idiom, and flexion.
Reduction is easily effected by making traction on the phalanges and carrying out movements of flexion and extension.
flexion is produced to the same extent, and even more so, and for a longer period, in felides which crouch.
flexion flex·ion (flěk'shən)
The act of bending a joint or limb in the body by the action of flexors.
The condition of being flexed or bent.