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is it possible to have one arm muscular and the other one not? how does this happen?

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Dr. Mark Einbecker
35 years experience Hand Surgery
Hand dominance: Most of us will have more strength in our dominant hand compaired to our non-dominant hand.
Answered on Apr 3, 2013

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