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.