This usually occurs when the limb is slightly flexed or adducted, and rotated either inwards or outwards.
When the jaw was adducted, the coronoid process moved upward and inside the cheek.
The foot is adducted and rotated inward, as in a case of clubfoot.
When the jaw was adducted, the insertion of the anterior pterygoid was in a plane nearly level with the origin.
The foot may retain its normal attitude, or the toes may be pointed and adducted.
The heel is drawn up, the anterior part of the foot is adducted and inverted at the mid-tarsal joint.
At the same time the shaft of the femur is adducted and rotated outwards.
The fingers are separately flexed and extended, abducted and adducted in an entirely irregular way.
adduct ad·duct (ə-dŭkt', ā-dŭkt')
v. ad·duct·ed, ad·duct·ing, ad·ducts
To draw inward toward the median axis of the body or toward an adjacent part or limb.