carpal ligaments


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carpal ligaments

The ligaments uniting the carpal bones.
See also: ligament
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When the trigger is depressed a blade is elevated and then the elevator is withdrawn to release the transverse carpal ligament. Since the carpal ligament is very thick, several attempts will be needed.
Isolated injury of the lunotriquetral ligament (LTL) complex and associated structures is an uncommon injury and poorly understood compared with the other proximal row carpal ligament injuries including scapholunate lesions.
The carpal ligaments were classified into short ligaments that attached the carpal bones of the same row together and the bones of the distal row with the metacarpus and long medial (Fig.
After exposing the tumour taking care of vessels and tendons the tumour was resected enblock with a cuff of soft tissue saving the carpal ligaments. The Radius was resected 5cm above the tumour margin.