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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Ligaments of Wrist Anatomy

Ligaments of Wrist Anatomy
Posterior (dorsal) view
Radius, Superficial capsular tissue (cut away), Dorsal radiocarpal ligament, Lunate bone (covered by ligament), Scaphoid bone, Radial collateral ligament, Capitate bone, Trapezium bone, Capsule of 1st carpometacarpal joint, Trapezoid bone, Ulna, Interosseous membrane, Dorsal radioulnar ligament, Region of articular disc, Dorsal ulnocarpal ligament, Ulnar collateral ligament, Triquetrum bone, Hamate bone, Dorsal carpometacarpal ligaments, Dorsal metacarpal ligaments.

Ligaments of Wrist Anatomy

Flexor retinaculum removed: palmar view
Radius, Interosseous membrane, Radioscapholunate part, Radiocapitate part, Capitotriquetral ligament (part of radiate capitate ligament), Palmar carpometacarpal ligaments, Radial collateral ligament, Tubercle of scaphoid bone, Tubercle of trapezium bone, Capitate bone, Ulna, Palmar radioulnar ligament, Ulnolunate part, Ulnotriquetral part, Ulnar collateral ligament, Flexor carpi ulnaris tendon (cut), Pisiform bone, Lunate bone, Pisometacarpal ligament, Pisohamate ligament, Hook of hamate bone, Palmar metacarpal ligaments, Metacarpal bones, Palmar radiocarpal ligament, Palmar ulnocarpal ligament, Articular capsule of carpometacarpal joint of thumb.

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