Palmar Anatomy After Flexor Retinaculum Removed

Palmar Anatomy After Flexor Retinaculum Removed
 

Palmar Anatomy After Flexor Retinaculum Removed

 
Palmar Anatomy After Flexor Retinaculum Removed

Palmar Anatomy After Flexor Retinaculum Removed

In this image, you will find the radius, interosseous membrane, superficial capsular, tissue, radioscapholunate part, radiotriquetral part, padiocapitate part, space, radial collateral ligament, tubercle of scaphoid bone, in it.

You will also find tubercle of trapezium bone, capitate bone, capitotriquetral ligament, palmar carpometacarpal ligaments, ulna, palmar radioulnar ligament, the area of the articular disc, ulnolunate part, as well.

This picture also contains other parts such as ulnotriquetral part, parmal ulnocarpal ligament, ulnar collateral ligament, flexor carpi ulnaris tendon, triquetral bone, pisiform bone, lunate bone, pisohamute ligament, pisometacarpal ligament, hamulus of hamate bone, palmar metacarpal ligaments, metacarpal bones and so on.

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