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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There is a potential for instability and loss of trapezial height; however, we know from the literature [5] that there are no statistically significant differences in postoperative grip strength, tip pinch strength, and key pinch strength between a tendon reconstruction and simple trapeziectomy.
Two nonabsorbable sutures are placed into the deep volar capsule of the trapezial fossa for later use.
There is an intra-articular origin at the beak of the first metacarpal that inserts on the trapezium, just ulnar to the trapezial ridge.
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.