Dorsal and volar intercalated segmental instability and normal carpal bone anatomy (illustrations)

Case contributed by Sachi Hapugoda
Diagnosis not applicable

Simplified diagrams of the lateral wrist illustrating the normal scapholunate and capitolunate angles, and the key features of dorsal and volar intercalated segmental instability.

Case Discussion

Simplified diagrams of the wrist (lateral view) illustrating the normal scapholunate and capitolunate angles, and the key features of dorsal and volar intercalated segmental instability. See articles for more information.

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