On another sabbath (en eterwi sabbatwi). This was a second (eteron, as it often means), but not necessarily the next, sabbath. This incident is given by all three synoptics ( Mark 3:1-6 ; Matthew 12:9-14 ; Luke 6:6-11 ). See Matt. and Mark for details. Only Luke notes that it was on a sabbath. Was this because Luke as a physician had to meet this problem in his own practise? Right hand (h dexia). This alone in Luke, the physician's eye for particulars.