Triquetrohamate and triquetrolunate instabilities (medial carpal instability).

@article{Taleisnik1984TriquetrohamateAT,
  title={Triquetrohamate and triquetrolunate instabilities (medial carpal instability).},
  author={Julio Taleisnik},
  journal={Annales de chirurgie de la main : organe officiel des societes de chirurgie de la main},
  year={1984},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={331-43}
}
  • Julio Taleisnik
  • Published 1984 in
    Annales de chirurgie de la main : organe officiel…
Anatomic and kinematic information needed for the understanding of radiocarpal instability is reviewed. Based on this, and on the concept of the columnar carpus, medial carpal instabilities are defined as those taking place between the triquetrum (medial column) and the hamate and lunate (central column). Therefore, two types of medial instability are recognized: triquetrohamate, across the mid-carpal joint, with loss of stability of the central column present only during ulnar or radial… CONTINUE READING

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