intracarpal

in·tra·car·pal

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

(ĭn″tră-kăr′păl) [″ + Gr. karpalis, pert. to the carpus]
Within the wrist.
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