What is the difference between abduction and adduction?
Abduction involves moving the entire body and adduction involves moving an extremity.
Abduction is moving the extremity away from the body and adduction is moving it toward the body.
Abduction moves the extremity toward the body and adduction moves it away from the body.
Abduction requires two or more persons and adduction can be done with one person.
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