A 4-Year-Old Child Who Could Not Supinate Her Forearm

Sanjeev Tuli, MD; Maria Kelly, MD; Kathleen Ryan, MD; Sonal Tuli, MD; Beverly P. Giordano, MS, RN, CPNP, PMHS


J Pediatr Health Care. 2014;28(4):357-360. 

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Family/Personal/Social/Developmental History

No other family members had decreased forearm mobility. The only developmental concern had been language delay diagnosed at 2 years of age. She had been receiving speech and language therapy three times a week for the past year.