intracarpal

in·tra·car·pal

(in'tră-kar'păl),
Within the carpus; among the carpal bones.

intracarpal

(ĭn″tră-kăr′păl) [″ + Gr. karpalis, pert. to the carpus]
Within the wrist.
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Carpal tunnel syndrome: Ergonomic Risk Factors and Intracarpal Canal Pressure.
It is known that intracarpal pressure generally changes with wrist flexion and extension (7).
19) reported that the use of the extension maneuver resulted in significantly higher intracarpal canal hydrostatic pressure as compared to the flexion maneuver.
Diagnostic value of unspecific requested and implemented MRI for detecting intracarpal lesions, compared to arthroscopic findings at 217 patients.
Intracarpal soft-tissue lesions associated with an intra-articular fracture of the distal end of the radius.
Previous studies demonstrated an increase in intracarpal tunnel pressure (9, l0) and an increase in tension forces in the finger flexor tendons (11) when force is exerted.