intercarpal joints

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Related to intercarpal joints: Carpometacarpal joints

car·pal joints

the synovial joints between the carpal bones.

in·ter·car·pal joints

(in'tĕr-kahr'păl joynts)
The synovial joints between the carpal bones.
Synonym(s): carpal joints (1) .
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On X ray of hands joint space in intercarpal joints was reduced flexion at PIP and hyperextension at DIP joint of left little finger suggestive of boutonniere deformity ankylosis of PIP and DIP joint of left index finger and ankylosis of left index finger DIP joint was seen leading to boutonniere deformity.
There was evidence of synovitis in the intercarpal joints and tenosynovitis of the extensor pollicis brevis (Figure 3) and the abductor pollicis longus.
Grade II Ulnar translocation, Innate volar flexed, flexed scaphoid, radiolunate destruction (RS and midcarpal preserved) Grade III Intercarpal joints arthritic, radioscaphoid eroded, volar subluxation of carpus (gross bony architecture preserved) Grade IV Loss of large amount of bone stock from distal radius, gross erosion of ulnar side of radius Table 3 Simmen's Classification for Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Wrist Type I (ankylosis) Spontaneous tendency to fuse, stable pattern Type II (arthrosis) Articular loss progresses at equilibrium with arthrosis, stable Type III (disintegration) Progressive destruction, loss of alignment, unstable