carpal bone


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carpal bone

One of the eight wrist bones, which are aligned in two rows. The proximal row contains (from the thumb to the little finger) the scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, and pisiform bones. The distal row contains (from thumb to little finger) the trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, and hamate bones.
See also: bone
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Caption: Figure 4 (A, B, C)--Palmar carpus: PIL = palmar intercarpal ligament, CS = carpal sheath, SDFT = superficial digital flexoi tendon, PODDFT = proximal origin of the deep digital flexor tendon, CT = carpal tunel, PCL = palmar carpal ligament, intermediate carpal bone.
There is limited data; however, a small unblinded trial involving 21 people found that carpal bone mobilization significantly decreased pain intensity after 3 weeks compared with that of no treatment (12,13).
26 kg, with the technique requiring significant wrist movement, particularly dorsiflexion, and thus the wrist and carpal bones are placed under considerable forces during this sport.
Interosseous ligaments refer to ligaments connecting carpal bones, whereas extraosseous ligaments connect the ulna and radius to the carpal bones.
These articulate with each other at the proximal and distal radio-ulnar joints and also with the carpal bones consisting of eight small bones.
has an own interpretation of the humeral origin of the radial head of the DDF muscle, stating that it is a fibrous epicondylar tractus (in original a fibrous epitrochlear tractus) and incorrectly stating that the SDF has a strong attachment to the accessory carpal bone.
3) This box was developed to provide a magnified and distorted image of the carpal bones.
A novel and effective segmentation technique is presented in this work with carpal bone image for skeletal age estimation.
Bobbyjo was at a veterinary hospital at the Curragh, recovering from an operation on a shattered carpal bone behind his near-fore when he aggravated the injury and was put to sleep on Tuesday.
Injuries, such as a wrist or forearm fracture or fracture of a carpal bone.
MRI of the wrist revealed a expansile lytic lesion in the left Capitate, without other carpal bone or joint involvement (Fig 2).
MRI often reveals carpal bone cysts, commonly called bone ganglia, and demonstrates their relation to cortical defects, ligament injuries and associated soft tissue ganglia.