chwyt nożycowy

English translation: scissor grasp

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Polish term or phrase:chwyt nożycowy
English translation:scissor grasp
Entered by: Ka De

19:59 Jun 19, 2018
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Polish term or phrase: chwyt nożycowy
Kamienie milowe rozwoju dziecka. Chwyt nożycowy pojawia się w 8-9 miesiącu życia i poprzedza chwyt pęsetowy przypadający na 9-10 miesiąc życia.
Ka De
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scissor grasp
Explanation:
I pęsetowy (pincer grasp).
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Marcin Pustkowski
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scissor grasp


Explanation:
I pęsetowy (pincer grasp).

Example sentence(s):
  • Scissor grasp (8 months) between thumb and side of curled index finger, distal thumb joint slightly flexed, proximal thumb joint extended

    https://quizlet.com/66082019/chapter-5-graspfine-motordevelopmental-stages-flash-cards/
Marcin Pustkowski
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