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The carpus is initially a cartilaginous structure that subsequently demarcates into separate carpal bones. Failure of differentiation of parts results in carpal coalition, the most common of which occurs between the lunate and triquetrum. Lunate-triquetral coalitions can be subdivided into four types according to the degree of union. Four types are(More)
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