Proportions of Hand Segments

  title={Proportions of Hand Segments},
  author={Proporciones and de los Segmentos and D S La and Mano and Buryanov Alexander and Kotiuk Viktor and BURYANOV},
  • Proporciones, de los Segmentos, +4 authors BURYANOV
  • Published 2010
Such investigation methods as thermography or isotope scanning allow visualizing inflammation, neoplastic and some other pathological processes, and their location in the body. But the knowledge of regional topography is necessary for exact localization of the process. Such external anatomical landmarks of the hand as bone prominences and creases help to localize its joints and other structures during the clinical examination. On X-ray pictures, MRIs and CT images or during ultrasonography… CONTINUE READING
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