trapezial


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tra·pe·zi·al

(tra-pē'zē-ăl),
Relating to any trapezium.

trapezial

/tra·pe·zi·al/ (trah-pe´ze-al) pertaining to a trapezium.

tra·pe·zi·al

(tră-pē'zē-ăl)
Relating to any trapezium.
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The distance of the midpoint of the line drawn from trapezial tubercule to the hamate hook to the flexor retinaculum at the level of the distal carpal tunnel (bowing of the flexor retinaculum) was also calculated.
The procedure consists of a trapezium excision to stabilize the first and second metacarpal bases, followed by packing of the trapezial space with Gelfoam and suture suspensionplasty, explained Dr.
Kuczynski expanded this concept in a paper, suggesting that the 2 articular surfaces really resemble the underside of a saddle on the base of the metacarpal and the top of another saddle on the trapezial surface (6) (Figure 2).
Tissue preserving approach - minimal tissue resection of the trapezial bone results in intact anatomy
It has also been defined by some as consisting of all four trapezial articulations--with the trapezoid, scaphoid, and index metacarpal, as well as the first metacarpal.
Two nonabsorbable sutures are placed into the deep volar capsule of the trapezial fossa for later use.
35) Other studies, however, have shown that LRTI arthroplasty does not maintain the trapezial height as well as originally reported.
There is extensive interest in the Artelon spacer technology due to its tissue-sparing qualities and the fact that, in the case of the CMC-I Spacer, it avoids removal of the trapezial bone, thereby restoring function as well as relieving pain.
There is an intra-articular origin at the beak of the first metacarpal that inserts on the trapezium, just ulnar to the trapezial ridge.
This view allows for excellent radiographic visualization of all four trapezial articulations.
In 1949, Gervis described simple trapezial excision for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the TM joint.
There is extensive interest in the spacer due to its tissue-sparing qualities and the fact that it avoids removal of the trapezial bone, thereby restoring function as well as relieving pain.