trapezium (bone)

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tra·pe·zi·um (bone)

the lateral (radial) bone in the distal row of the carpus; it articulates with the first and second metacarpals, scaphoid, and trapezoid bones.
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On that occasion he broke the trapezium bone, between the thumb and the wrist, in his right hand.
Dennis, who broke the trapezium bone in his right hand in a fall from Swings 'N Strings, said: "I saw my consultant a week and a half ago and he's happy with how things are looking.
In which part of the human body is the trapezium bone?