triquetral


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Related to triquetral: pisiform, triangular bone
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Synonyms for triquetral

a wrist bone that articulates with the pisiform and hamate and lunate bones

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Commonly fractures among the carpal bones are scaphoid (7080%), triquetral (7-20%) and trapezium (5%)\ Fractures of the pisiform are extremely rare and frequently associated with other carpal or distal radial injuries.
Triquetral fracture usually occurs on the dorsal aspect by impingement from the ulnar styloid or avulsion of strong ligamentous attachment [3].
Details of findings on magnetic resonance imaging Magnetic resonance imaging feature Wrist Most common sites n % n % Erosions 21 100 Carpal bones 73 81.1 Capitate 20 27.3 Triquetral 18 24.6 Scaphoid 11 15 Lunate 8 10.9 Trapezoid 6 8.2 Hamate 6 8.2 Trapezium 3 4.1 Pisiform 1 1.3 Distal radius 4 4.4 Distal ulna 4 4.4 Proximal metacarpal 9 10 Synovitis 9 42.8 Tendonitis 3 14.2 Bursitis 2 9.5 Bone marrow edema 7 33.3
The intrinsic ligaments at the proximal margins of the scaphoid, lunate, and triquetral bones arrest the proximal flows of contrast, preventing communication with the radiocarpal compartment.