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Ligaments, carpal, anatomy of, 405-411 dorsal, 485-486

attachments of, on metacarpals and carpal bones, 400-403 on radiocarpal and intercarpal joints, 404

interosseous, attachments of, on metacarpals and carpal bones, 400-403 on radiocarpal and intercarpal joints, 404

intrinsic, 486-487

three-dimensional imaging of, 399-412 volar, 485, 486

attachments of, on metacarpals and carpal bones, 400-403 on radiocarpal and intercarpal joints, 404

carpometacarpal, 399

and intermetacarpal ligaments, 399-405 dorsal, anatomy of, 405-406 ligamental and skeletal anatomy of, 403 volar, anatomy of, 406-407 intercarpal, anatomy of, 409-411 intermetacarpal, anatomy of, 407-409 radiocarpal, anatomy of, 409-411

Lunate, dislocation of, dorsal, 497 palmar, 496-497 fractures of, classification of, 508 diagnosis of, 507 treatment of, 508, 509 in wrist extension and flexion, 418 malacia of. See Kienbock's disease.

Lunatotriquetral fusion, congenital, 448, 449

Lunotriquetral arthritis, clinical and radiologic evaluation in, 521 lunotriquetral coalition in, 521 treatment of, 521-522

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