radiocarpal


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radiocarpal

 [ra″de-o-kahr´pal]
pertaining to the radius and carpus.

ra·di·o·car·pal

(rā'dē-ō-kar'păl),
1. Relating to the radius and the bones of the carpus.
2. On the radial or lateral side of the carpus.

ra·di·o·car·pal

(rā'dē-ō-kahr'păl)
1. Relating to the radius and the bones of the carpus.
2. On the radial or lateral side of the carpus.
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The authors identified significant disorders of 2PD sense, KDS in cylindrical and pincer grips, and KDM in flexion and extension of the radiocarpal joint, as compared to healthy subjects for the dominant right hand.
Hence, the procedure was staged with primary gradual distraction with application of a radiocarpal and ulnocarpal distractor, followed by osteosynthesis by locked distal radius plate along with bone graft in second stage.
Radiocarpal PD synovitis was detected more frequently than in the midcarpal and ulnocarpal joint regions in the wrist joints.
Varios procesos pueden estar involucrados como infecciones, tenosinovitis de los tendones flexores, fractura de Colles, luxaciones radiocarpal y carpometacarpiana.
Thus, wrist ROM must be limited by the combination of two principal biomechanical factors: (a) contact of the articular surfaces of the bones, and (b) the tautness of the ligaments that span the radiocarpal joint.
The transport component was measured from a third marker mounted on the radial part of the radiocarpal joint (use of the thumb to represent transport was not possible due to marker occlusion in the intermanual condition).
A high incidence of the syndrome is observed in highly developed countries among professionally active individuals improperly performing workplace activities which require prolonged or repeated bending/straightening of the radiocarpal joint, the use of considerable force or manual vibration tools [3,4].
The dorsal approach begins with a longitudinal incision centered over the radiocarpal joint.
The including standards of the healthy volunteers were as following: no history of traumatic injury on the wrist, no osteoarthritis of the radiocarpal joint, free of wrist pain, and with a normal range of motion in wrist.
Joint pain was reproducible with knee flexion and radiocarpal joint mobilization in all directions of movement.
At the level of the middle third of the forearm it continues with its tendon, wide and flat (Testut & Latarjet), which accompanies the ECRL muscle tendon until the radiocarpal joint, where both pass through the second tendinous compartment of the retinaculum of the extensor muscles (Llusa Perez et al, 2004; Lippert; Moore et al.).
Effusion was detected at radiocarpal joint on gray scale USG and active synovitis were detected on power Doppler USG.