wrist joint

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Synonyms for wrist joint

a joint between the distal end of the radius and the proximal row of carpal bones

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His wrist was thereafter immobilised in a below elbow POP slab with dorsiflexion at wrist joint for three weeks.
A dorsally angulated fracture effectively shifts the load on the dorsal aspect of the wrist joint at all radiocarpal articulations.
Information regarding the proprioception of the wrist joint is summarised under the broad headings of joint mechanoreceptors, proprioceptive reflexes and pathways, and proprioception senses and therapeutic applications.
Intended for clinical researchers, but also translatable as an educational tool for practicing physicians, the atlas is composed of 1,002 representative images of synovitis, bone erosion, and edema in the metacarpophalangeal and wrist joints.
1990), A dynamic biomechanical model of the wrist joint.
The Total Wrist System was implanted using SBi's Precise Guidance Technology[TM] (PGT[TM]) Instrumentation, a proprietary instrument system designed to allow surgeons to perform total wrist joint replacement with consistent & predictable outcomes.
Journal of Wrist Surgery is solely dedicated to the wrist joint, and therefore a genuine mouthpiece for practitioners in wrist surgery, worldwide.
Bio chemicaland radiological profile of these patients were repeated after one month and healing was considered with appearance of calcification line on the x-ray wrist joint and improvement in bio chemical profile.
The handle position adjusts for aligning the 1DOF transverse device wrist, component 5 in Figure 2(a), with the user's wrist joint and also adjusts in orientation for setting the neutral pronosupinated position of the user's forearm.
Wrist arthroscopy permits the visualization of the cartilage surfaces of most of the carpal bones, as well as many of the extrinsic and intrinsic ligaments of the wrist joint, including important components of the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC).
Dynamic capabilities of the wrist joint in industrial workers, International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 11, 207-224.
The US small-joint device market, consisting of arthroplasty (shoulder, digit, elbow, ankle, and wrist joint reconstruction) implants and arthrodesis (fusion) devices, is a rapidly growing market with a great amount of interest among the orthopedic industry.
Radial shortening, finger stiffness and wrist joint arthritis are common sequel.
In early stages, the symptoms are intermittent in nature and usually occur at night times, the possible explanation being the flexed position of the wrist joint during sleep.
SOC was reported at many unusual locations such as the temporomandibular joint, acromioclavicular joint, ankle joint, wrist joint, spinal facet joints, biceps tendon sheath, and extra-articular locations.