metacarpal bone


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metacarpal bone

One of the five long bones situated in the palmar part of the hand immediately beyond the CARPAL bones of the wrist and articulating with the bones of the fingers (PHALANGES).
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Giant cell tumor of the left ring finger metacarpal bone
To calculate the shoulder height of cattle, maximal length of metatarsal and metacarpal bones is generally used.
01) increases in metacarpal bone breaking strength, as well as fat-free dried bone calcium and phosphorus with increasing dose rate of phytase (Table 5).
Instead of them, all values of each phalangeal bone and each metacarpal bone were given in ratio comparison with each finger or total metacarpal bones, respectively.
X-rays have revealed Calzaghe broke the metacarpal bone in his left hand in the course of his one-sided points win over Kenyan Evans Ashira on Saturday night, in what was supposed to be a tune-up for a November 5 London showdown with IBF champion Jeff Lacy.
The break - at the base of the first metacarpal bone - was discovered by X-rays.
15pm when x-rays revealed a hairline fracture to a metacarpal bone in his left hand, which was put in a splint.
The two tendon ends are tied together on the other side of the metacarpal bone after joint reduction and pinning with a 0.
X-rays have revealed he broke the metacarpal bone in his left hand during a one-sided points win over Kenyan Evans Ashira.
X-rays have revealed Joe Calzaghe has broken the metacarpal bone in his left hand in the course of his one-sided points win over Kenyan Evans Ashira.
has received FDA approval to market the Ascension(R) PyroHemiSphere(TM), a hemi- arthroplasty implant designed to replace the base of the metacarpal bone of the trapezialmetacarpal (TMC) joint of the thumb.
Rhodes damaged a metacarpal bone in his right hand attempting to take a catch in the match against Kenya at Potchefstroom.