carpals

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carpals
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  1. Trapezium
  2. Trapezoid
  3. Capitate
  4. Hamate
  5. Scaphoid
  6. Lunate
  7. Triquetum
  8. Pisiform
  9. Carpal Sulcus (canal)
  10. Triquetrum
  11. Pisiform
  12. Hamulus of the Hamate
  13. Capitate
  14. Scaphoid
  15. Trapezium
  16. Trapezoid
  17. Hamulus of Hamate
  18. Pisiform
  19. Triquetrum
  20. Lunate
  21. Capitate
  22. Trapezium
  23. Trapezoid
  24. Scaphoid
    • A. Scaphoid
    • B. Lunate
    • C. Triquetrum
    • D. Pisiform
    • E. Trapizium
    • F. Trapezoid
    • G. Capitate
    • H. Hamate
    • Radial Deviation
    • A. Scaphoid
    • B. Lunate
    • C. Triquetrum
    • D. Psiform
    • E. Trapezium
    • F. Trapezoid
    • G. Capitate
    • H. Hamate
    • h. Hamulus of Hamate
    • Carpal Sulcus (Carpal Canal)
    • A. Scaphoid (partially superimpossed with Trapezium and Trapezoid)
    • D. Pisiform
    • E. Trapezium
    • F. Trapezoid
    • G. Capitate
    • H. Hamate
    • h. Hamulus of Hamate
    • A. Ulna
    • B. Radius
    • C. Lunate
    • D. Hamate
    • E. First Metacarpal
  25. ULNAR DEVIATION

    • A. Scaphoid
    • B. Lunate
    • C. Triquetrum
    • D. Pisiform
    • E. Trapezium
    • F. Trapezoid
    • G. Capitate
    • H. Hamate
    • h. Hamulus of Hamate
    • PA view of the WRIST
    • A. Scaphoid fat stripe (mostly found in children)
    • Oblique view of the Wrist
    • A. Scaphoid fat stripe (mostly in children)
    • Lateral View of the Wrist
    • B. Pronator fat stripe (mostly in children)
    • Ulnar Deviation
    • A. Thumb
    • B. Scaphoid
    • C. Radius
    • D. Ulna
    • Gives a better view of the Scaphoid
    • Radila Deviation
    • A. Thumb
    • B. Radius
    • C. Ulna
    • D. Lunate
    • E. Triquetrum
    • F. Pisiform
    • G. Hamate
    • Gives a better view of the Pisiform, Hamate, Triquetrum, and Lunate

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