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scaphoid

[′skaf‚ȯid]
(anatomy)
A boat-shaped bone of the carpus or of the tarsus.
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We obtained x-rays to assess for any new changes to the wrist and specifically the scaphoid bones. The x-rays showed almost completely healed scaphoid bones with good alignment, but the patient still had 5/10 pain in the left wrist and 8/10 pain in the right wrist with movement.
Tomislav Vlahovic, MD, talked about indications and diversity of surgical treatment of scaphoid bone pseudoarthrosis, especially focusing on different classifications due to its characteristic vascularization, type of fracture and time of injury.
Case reports, giant-cell tumour in the scaphoid bone. Clin Radiol 2000;55(9):717-778.
The 20-year-old former Newport County player was involved in his country's Euro qualifier in Belgium last night but is playing with a small splint after breaking a scaphoid bone in his thumb.
1, there is no break in the continuity of scaphoid bone, thus ruling out a fracture.
After breaking the scaphoid bone in his right hand, in a fit of temper, it has yet to be determined how quickly he will be able to recover.
This study aims at the exact quantification of contralateral differences of the scaphoid bone geometry using computer algorithms.
Avascular necrosis of the scaphoid bone occurs in 2%-9% of all scaphoid fractures.
This was also the night that I broke the Scaphoid bone in my wrist.
Top hand surgeon Dave Shrewing inserted wires to attach the ligament to the scaphoid bone.