intercarpal ligaments

in·ter·car·pal lig·a·ments

[TA]
three sets of short fibrous bands that bind together the two rows of carpal bones; according to their location they are named dorsal intercarpal ligaments (ligamenta intercarpalia dorsalia), interosseous intercarpal ligaments (ligamenta intercarpalia interossea), and palmar intercarpal ligaments (ligamenta intercarpalia palmaria).
Synonym(s): ligamenta intercarpalia [TA]
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in·ter·car·pal lig·a·ments

(in'tĕr-kahr'păl lig'ă-mĕnts) [TA]
Three sets of short fibrous bands that bind together the two rows of carpal bones; according to their location they are named dorsal intercarpal ligaments (ligamenta intercarpalia dorsalia), interosseous intercarpal ligaments (ligamenta intercarpalia interossea), and palmar intercarpal ligaments (ligamenta intercarpalia palmaria).
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Fascia and connective tissue were cleaned off and the distal articular surface was exposed by division of the dorsal intercarpal ligaments. Observation of the distal articular surface for the presence of the MF for the HLJ was done.
Galuppo, "Computed tomographic arthrography of the intercarpal ligaments of the equine carpus," Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound, vol.