Published Aug 8, 2005
Can someone please tell me the name of the neurological test that is performed when a patient is asked to place their hands out in front of them and flip them over repeatedly as fast as they can? That's a very hard thing to Google. Thanks!
It was performed on me once, and our teacher was talking about it in class a few days ago. Basically, you put your hands out in front of you (in the air), and flip them from palms up to down repeatedly and quickly. It's testing for coordination and our teacher said someone who fails the test often has a problem with nerve communication, or something like that.
Rapidly Alternating Movement Evaluation
Rapidly Alternating Movement Evaluationhttp://endeavor.med.nyu.edu/neurosurgery/coordination.html
momma, you are correct and you won a trip to disney land. How do you feel?
I agree with momma and sometimes the police will use this skill for a dui person. It is so funny to watch a person intoxicated performing this motion. You are going down for the count and you are cited for dui. I laugh each time when the police does it because they cannot perform it correctly...lol.
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