Anatomical Description of the Dorsal Capsulo-Scapholunate Septum (DCSS)-Arthroscopic Staging of Scapholunate Instability after DCSS Sectioning.

@article{Overstraeten2013AnatomicalDO,
  title={Anatomical Description of the Dorsal Capsulo-Scapholunate Septum (DCSS)-Arthroscopic Staging of Scapholunate Instability after DCSS Sectioning.},
  author={Luc Van Overstraeten and Emmanuel J. Camus and Abhijeet L. Wahegaonkar and Jane C Messina and Andrea A Tandara and Adeline Cambon Binder and Christophe L Mathoulin},
  journal={Journal of wrist surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          149-54
        }
}
Background The dorsal capsuloligamentous scapholunate septum (DCSS) is a confluence of the dorsal capsule, the dorsal intercarpal ligament (DIC), and the scapholunate interosseous ligament (SLIOL). It appears to play a role in the stability of the scapholunate articulation. The purpose of this study was to describe the anatomical basis for this structure and to investigate its role in scapholunate instability through sectioning of this structure followed by an arthroscopic and fluoroscopic… CONTINUE READING

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