intercarpal


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intercarpal

[¦in·tər′kärp·əl]
(anatomy)
Located between the carpal bones.
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Caption: Figure 4 (A, B, C)--Palmar carpus: PIL = palmar intercarpal ligament, CS = carpal sheath, SDFT = superficial digital flexoi tendon, PODDFT = proximal origin of the deep digital flexor tendon, CT = carpal tunel, PCL = palmar carpal ligament, intermediate carpal bone.
In our case, we successfully employed DECT to confirm the diagnosis and observed extensive monosodium urate crystal deposit in the intercarpal and radiocarpal joints with compression overlying the flexor tendons in a non-invasive way.
Imakiire, "Lunate excision, capitate osteotomy, and intercarpal arthrodesis for advanced Kienbock disease: long-term follow-up," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery A, vol.
Mayfield classified carpal dislocations in to 4 stages, each representing a sequential intercarpal injury.
Examples of such injuries are disruptions of the dorsal intercarpal (DIC) ligament, dorsal radiocarpal (DRC) ligament, and radioscaphocapitate (RSC) ligament.
Chapters have been revised and updated, and illustrations have been expanded for this edition, which integrates new subjects such as arthroscopic-assisted limited open reduction of the radius, distal radius osteotomy, percutaneous fixation of the scaphoid, dorsal intercarpal ligament capsulodesis, and four-corner arhtrodesis with headless screws.
Staes et al (2009), on the other hand, reported better reliability for end-feel assessment of accessory intercarpal motion as compared to mobility classifications.
Two common operations for wrist arthritis are intercarpal fusion (a partial fusion of the small wrist bones) and proximal row carpectomy, or PRC (removal of the first row of carpal bones).
Intercarpal dislocations and ligamentous injuries are frequently associated with displaced fractures.
Recently, wrist arthroscopy has gained wide popularity and being used by surgeons as diagnostic and therapeutic modalities in treatment of many pericarpal and intercarpal disorders (Auerbach, 1994).
If the scaphoid, lunate, or triquetrum is affected, proximal row carpectomy (PRC) or complete excision of the involved bone combined with an intercarpal fusion is the method of choice [20-22].
MRI of the right wrist demonstrated synovial hypertrophy and effusion in the radioulnar and intercarpal joints.