scaphoid


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Synonyms for scaphoid

shaped like a boat

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The scaphoid fossa with the triangular fossa was the most common site of pinna (42.
In longer helical defects, portions of the scaphoid fossa may need to be shaved to avoid cupping of the ear, as the new helical rim length will be shorter than the pre-excision length.
Arc I is the convex curve along the proximal surfaces of scaphoid, lunate, and triquetrum, arc II is the concave curve along the distal surfaces of scaphoid, lunate, and triquetrum, and arc III is the convex curve along the proximal surfaces of capitate and hamate.
SCAPHOID A Knife, dagger B Coward C A bone in the hand who am I?
Before the day's racing began, Sky lost Ian Stannard who withdrew with a fractured scaphoid suffered in a crash close to Sunday's finish in Liverpool.
1, there is no break in the continuity of scaphoid bone, thus ruling out a fracture.
RADIOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS: Right scaphoid non-union fracture with avascular necrosis of the distal pole.
The bad news is I have a cracked bone in the scaphoid of my left wrist and the little finger on my left hand will be permanently bent.
They include standard pedicled and free flaps and newer adipofascial and perforator flaps, as well as pedicled and free vascularized bone transfers for bone reconstruction, ranging from a scaphoid nonunion to large bone defects.
Plain radiographs were obtained, which showed a soft tissue mass adjacent to the radial styloid and scaphoid without evidence of soft tissue calcification or osseous abnormality (Fig.
The British team are sweating on the fitness of Scott Nicholls, who has a collarbone injury, and Tai Woffinden who is recovering from a broken scaphoid.
The Wolves star has been out for almost a month with a broken scaphoid but is due to visit a specialist soon to see how far he has to go in his recovery.
Scaphoid injuries often heal improperly, with the two halves of the bone failing to knit together.
Although, there are many cases of trans-scaphoid perilunate fracture dislocations in the literature, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first case describing the lunate in middle third of forearm and proximal part of the scaphoid in distal part.
An established scaphoid non-union is an extremely difficult problem to deal with and is associated with high complication rates.