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1. Anatomy of the Cun Position at Wrist and Its Application in Pulse Diagnosis. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Anatomy of the Cun Position at Wrist and Its Application in Pulse Diagnosis. Information on anatomy of the Cun position at wrist is lacking; whether the blood vessel taking pulse in Cun is the radial artery or the superficial palmar branch is also clinically controversial. The objective was to investigate the boundaries and contents, and the vascular distribution and their pulse points in Cun. Thirty-two upper extremities of 16 human cadavers were investigated for dissection and observation (...) . The boundaries, contents, and blood vessel distribution in Cun were observed; the location of pulse points in Cun was identified; the length of the superficial palmar branch in wrist pulse (L1), the pulp width of the index finger (L2), and the angle between the radial artery and the superficial palmar branch were measured. The results showed that the Cun was located in the region formed by the bulge of the prominent bone proximal to the palm, the radial flexor tendon, the tubercle of scaphoid

2019 Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (eCAM)

2. Predicting Carpal Bone Kinematics Using an Expanded Digital Database of Wrist Carpal Bone Anatomy and Kinematics. (Abstract)

Predicting Carpal Bone Kinematics Using an Expanded Digital Database of Wrist Carpal Bone Anatomy and Kinematics. The wrist can be considered a 2 degrees-of-freedom joint with all movements reflecting the combination of flexion-extension and radial-ulnar deviation. Wrist motions are accomplished by the kinematic reduction of the 42 degrees-of-freedom of the individual carpal bones. While previous studies have demonstrated the minimal motion of the scaphoid and lunate as the wrist moves along (...) the dart-thrower's path or small relative motion between hamate-capitate-trapezoid, an understanding of the kinematics of the complete carpus across all wrist motions remains lacking. To address this, we assembled an open-source database of in vivo carpal motions and developed mathematical models of the carpal kinematics as a function of wrist motion. Quadratic surfaces were trained for each of the 42-carpal bone degrees-of-freedom and the goodness of fits were evaluated. Using the models, paths

2019 Journal of Orthopaedic Research

3. Wrist ultrasound examination – scanning technique and ultrasound anatomy. Part 2: Ventral wrist Full Text available with Trip Pro

Wrist ultrasound examination – scanning technique and ultrasound anatomy. Part 2: Ventral wrist Ultrasound imaging of the musculoskeletal system is an important element of the diagnostic and therapeutic protocol. Clinical decisions, including those regarding surgical procedures, are often based solely on ultrasound imaging. However, detailed knowledge on the anatomy and a correct scanning technique are crucial for an accurate diagnosis. Modern ultrasonographic equipment allows obtaining (...) examination of the ventral wrist along with practical guidance to help obtain highly diagnostic images is also discussed. The present paper is the second part of an article devoted to ultrasound anatomy and wrist ultrasound technique - the part discussing the dorsal side of the wrist was published in the Journal of Ultrasonography, Vol. 15, No 61. The following anatomical structures should be visualized during an ultrasound examination of the ventral wrist, both in the carpal tunnel as well as proximally

2017 Journal of Ultrasonography

4. Surgical anatomy of the dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar nerve and its clinical significance in surgery at the ulnar side of the wrist. (Abstract)

Surgical anatomy of the dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar nerve and its clinical significance in surgery at the ulnar side of the wrist. The dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar nerve can be easily injured during surgery at the ulnar side of the wrist. We sought to identify the surgical anatomy, the pathway around the ulnar styloid process and the safe zone of the dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar nerve. In 44 forearm dissections, we found that the dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar (...) of the tip of the ulnar styloid. By mapping the course of the nerve using a Cartesian coordinate system, it was found that the areas located proximal and palmar to the tip of the ulnar styloid had a very high density of dorsal cutaneous branches of the ulnar nerve. We were unable to establish a safe zone. We recommend identifying the dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar nerve in every patient undergoing surgery at the ulnar side of the wrist.

2018 Journal of Hand Surgery - European

5. Anatomy of the Wrist Full Text available with Trip Pro

Anatomy of the Wrist 28725495 2018 08 01 2163-3916 6 3 2017 Aug Journal of wrist surgery J Wrist Surg Anatomy of the Wrist. 173 10.1055/s-0037-1604132 Nakamura Toshiyasu T Clinical Research Center, International University of Health and Welfare, Tokyo, Japan. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Sanno Hospital, Tokyo, Japan. eng Editorial 2017 07 18 United States J Wrist Surg 101603430 2163-3916 2017 7 21 6 0 2017 7 21 6 0 2017 7 21 6 1 ppublish 28725495 10.1055/s-0037-1604132 17editorial

2017 Journal of wrist surgery

6. High-resolution 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex in Chinese Wrists: Correlation with Cross-sectional Anatomy Full Text available with Trip Pro

High-resolution 3T Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex in Chinese Wrists: Correlation with Cross-sectional Anatomy The injury of the triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is a common cause of ulnar-sided wrist pain. The aim of this study was to investigate if the high-resolution 3T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could demonstrate the detailed complex anatomy of TFCC in Chinese.Fourteen Chinese cadaveric wrists (from four men and three women; age range (...) at death from 30 to 60 years; mean age at 46 years) and forty healthy Chinese wrists (from 20 healthy volunteers, male/female: 10/10; age range from 21 to 53 years with a mean age of 32 years) in Beijing Jishuitan Hospital from March 2014 to March 2016 were included in this study. All cadavers and volunteers had magnetic resonance (MR) examination of the wrist with coronal T1-weighted and proton density-weighted imaging with fat suppression in three planes, respectively. MR arthrography (MRAr

2017 Chinese medical journal

7. Wrist Anatomy

Wrist Anatomy Wrist Anatomy Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Wrist Anatomy Wrist Anatomy Aka: Wrist Anatomy , Wrist (...) , Carpal Bone , Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex , TFCC II. Anatomy: Bones and Ligaments Also available as a . See Also available as a . See Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) III. Anatomy: Muscles Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) IV. Anatomy: Bones V. Anatomy: Wrist Bones Mnemonic Proximal Row (Radial to ulnar wrist) or (Some) Links proximal to distal carpal row (Lovers) (Try

2018 FP Notebook

8. Chronic Wrist Pain

Chronic Wrist Pain Revised 2017 ACR Appropriateness Criteria ® 1 Chronic Wrist Pain American College of Radiology ACR Appropriateness Criteria ® Chronic Wrist Pain Variant 1: Chronic wrist pain. With or without prior injury. Best initial study. Procedure Appropriateness Category Relative Radiation Level X-ray wrist Usually Appropriate ? MRI wrist without IV contrast Usually Not Appropriate O MRI wrist without and with IV contrast Usually Not Appropriate O MR arthrography wrist Usually (...) Not Appropriate O US wrist Usually Not Appropriate O CT wrist without IV contrast Usually Not Appropriate ? CT wrist with IV contrast Usually Not Appropriate ? CT wrist without and with IV contrast Usually Not Appropriate ? CT arthrography wrist Usually Not Appropriate ? X-ray arthrography wrist Usually Not Appropriate ? Tc-99m bone scan wrist Usually Not Appropriate ??? Variant 2: Chronic wrist pain. Routine radiographs normal or nonspecific. Persistent symptoms. Next study. Procedure Appropriateness

2017 American College of Radiology

9. CRACKCast E051 – Wrist and Forearm Injuries

– and a point for wrist arthrocentesis. Also where the lunate shows up with volar flexion Ulnar to this is the DRUJ and the triquetrum Volar structures: Scaphoid tubercle is distal to the radial styloid Pisiform is distal to the ulnar styloid (by the hypothenars) Distal and radial to the pisiform is the hook of the hamate Nerve and vascular exam 1) Describe normal radiographic relationships: Should get these views: PA, lateral, oblique Anatomy to identify: the ulnar styloid, the extensor carpi ulnaris (...) /instability/# Take home: memory aids: 22 volar tilt – 22 radial inclination – 11 radial length – 1-2 mm carpal bone spacing. Just remembers 1”s and 2”s in some combination. 2) Describe X-Ray findings and management of: Scaphoid fracture Most commonly #’d carpal bone (15-40 yr. Olds with a FOOSH), high complication rate (5-40%) of AVN/non-union Anatomy: 1) tuberosity and distal pole 2) waist 3) proximal pole Physical exam: Dorsal wrist pain – distal to radius Limited ROM of wrist and thumb Snuffbox

2016 CandiEM

10. Imaging of Wrist Injuries: A Standardized US Examination in Daily Practice Full Text available with Trip Pro

Imaging of Wrist Injuries: A Standardized US Examination in Daily Practice The keys to successful ultrasonography (US) of the wrist include knowledge of the relevant anatomy and understanding the biomechanical aspects. A wide spectrum of pathological findings including bone fractures (scaphoid, triquetrum) and ligament lesions (dorsal intercarpal and radiocarpal ligaments, scapholunate ligament) can be caused by an identical traumatic mechanism determined on the basis of the position of wrist (...) at the time of injury. In the setting of wrist trauma, an early diagnosis can minimize the potential for inappropriate or delayed treatment. We describe a practical radiological approach by using a standardized imaging protocol: standard radiographs (four views) associated with an US examination focused on seven landmarks. If there is discordance between clinical and radiological features or if the diagnosis of a disruption of the scapholunate ligament remains uncertain, additional cross-sectional imaging

2018 Journal of the Belgian Society of Radiology

11. Secondary Abutment Syndromes of the Wrist in Trauma: A Pictorial Essay Full Text available with Trip Pro

Secondary Abutment Syndromes of the Wrist in Trauma: A Pictorial Essay Traumatic lesions of the wrist occur frequently and may give rise to underdiagnosed secondary abutment syndromes. The latter are a common cause of incapacitating pain and limited range of motion, despite minimal or even absent alterations on radiographs. Moreover, the complex wrist anatomy often results in ignorance or underappreciation of these syndromes. This paper presents a pictorial review of frequent and rare secondary (...) abutment syndromes at the wrist joint, which - in contrast to primary abutment syndromes - are not based on anatomical variants or congenital deformations. The merit of each imaging modality is briefly mentioned.

2018 Journal of the Belgian Society of Radiology

12. Acute Hand and Wrist Trauma

. Boutry N, Lapegue F, Masi L, Claret A, Demondion X, Cotten A. Ultrasonographic evaluation of normal extrinsic and intrinsic carpal ligaments: preliminary experience. Skeletal Radiol 2005;34:513-21. 50. Taljanovic MS, Goldberg MR, Sheppard JE, Rogers LF. US of the intrinsic and extrinsic wrist ligaments and triangular fibrocartilage complex--normal anatomy and imaging technique. Radiographics 2011;31:e44. 51. Dao KD, Solomon DJ, Shin AY, Puckett ML. The efficacy of ultrasound in the evaluation (...) carpometacarpal joint ligament injuries. J Hand Surg Br 2004;29:46-54. 69. Rubin DA, Kneeland JB, Kitay GS, Naranja RJ, Jr. Flexor tendon tears in the hand: use of MR imaging to diagnose degree of injury in a cadaver model. AJR Am J Roentgenol 1996;166:615-20. ACR Appropriateness Criteria ® 14 Acute Hand and Wrist Trauma 70. Hauger O, Chung CB, Lektrakul N, et al. Pulley system in the fingers: normal anatomy and simulated lesions in cadavers at MR imaging, CT, and US with and without contrast material

2013 American College of Radiology

13. Bennett Fractures: A Biomechanical Model and Relevant Ligamentous Anatomy. (Abstract)

Bennett Fractures: A Biomechanical Model and Relevant Ligamentous Anatomy. This study examined a palmar beak fracture model to determine which thumb carpometacarpal (CMC) joint ligament is the primary ligament relevant to the pattern of injury.Six fresh-frozen cadaveric wrists were used. The radius, ulna, and first metacarpal were secured and tested with a materials testing system, holding the wrist in 20° extension, 20° ulnar deviation, and 30° palmar abduction of the first metacarpal. Testing (...) to the palmar beak fracture fragment was the ulnar collateral ligament, and not the AOL as previously described. These findings suggest that the AOL may not be a substantial contributor to palmar beak fracture morphology.A refined description of the ligamentous anatomy of the palmar break fracture enhances opportunities for improved reduction and treatment of this common hand injury.Copyright © 2019 American Society for Surgery of the Hand. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2018 Journal of Hand Surgery - American

14. Anatomical Basis and Clinical Application of Synovial Flaps in the Wrist and Distal Forearm. (Abstract)

Anatomical Basis and Clinical Application of Synovial Flaps in the Wrist and Distal Forearm. Neuropathic symptoms after median nerve repair at the wrist or secondary to refractory carpal tunnel syndrome may become debilitating. These symptoms develop because of perineural adhesions, intraneural fibrosis, and fixation of the nerve to the transverse carpal ligament after surgery, and often require neurolysis. Interposition of vascularized soft tissue over the median nerve at the time (...) of neurolysis prevents recurrence of such adhesions. The synovial flap, fashioned from the synovial lining of the flexor tendon sheath, is an ideal tissue for this purpose. Previous authors have described the surgical technique of the synovial flap, but the anatomical basis and design of the flap have not been previously discussed.Twenty fresh cadaver upper extremities were injected with Microfil to analyze the arterial anatomy, flap dimensions, and arc of rotation of the flexor tendon synovium mobilized

2017 Plastic and reconstructive surgery

15. Wrist Anatomy

Wrist Anatomy Wrist Anatomy Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Wrist Anatomy Wrist Anatomy Aka: Wrist Anatomy , Wrist (...) , Carpal Bone , Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex , TFCC II. Anatomy: Bones and Ligaments Also available as a . See Also available as a . See Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) III. Anatomy: Muscles Lewis (1918) Gray's Anatomy 20th ed (in at or ) IV. Anatomy: Bones V. Anatomy: Wrist Bones Mnemonic Proximal Row (Radial to ulnar wrist) or (Some) Links proximal to distal carpal row (Lovers) (Try

2015 FP Notebook

16. Ulnar Neuropathy at the Wrist

III. Anatomy: Ulnar Nerve Course Spine C8 and T1 nerve roots Injury: Axilla (medial aspect) Injury: Ulnar Groove at medial epicondyle Injury: ( ) Guyon canal (medial wrist) Medial border: Lateral border: Anterior border: Flexor carpi ulnaris tendon, pisohamate ligament Posterior border: Transverse carpal ligament Injury: Ulnar Tunnel IV. Causes: Ulnar Nerve compression Soft tissue tumors Constricting bands or muscles Ulnar artery thrombosis Jackhammer or sledgehammer use Compression against (...) Ulnar Neuropathy at the Wrist Ulnar Neuropathy at the Wrist Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Ulnar Neuropathy

2018 FP Notebook

17. The distal interosseous membrane: current concepts in wrist anatomy and biomechanics. (Abstract)

The distal interosseous membrane: current concepts in wrist anatomy and biomechanics. The distal interosseous membrane (DIOM) of the forearm acts as a secondary stabilizer of the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) when the dorsal and palmar radioulnar ligaments of the triangular fibrocartilage complex are cut. Recent anatomical studies revealed that thickness of the DIOM varies widely among specimens and the distal oblique bundle (DOB) exists within the DIOM in 40% of specimens. The DOB originates

2012 Journal of Hand Surgery - American

18. Clinical anatomy of the cephalic vein for safe performance of venipuncture Full Text available with Trip Pro

Clinical anatomy of the cephalic vein for safe performance of venipuncture The aims of this study were to elucidate why the cephalic vein provides a reliable cannulation site from a morphological viewpoint and identify an effective landmark for avoiding injury to the superficial branch of the radial nerve (SBRN), allowing for safe venipuncture of the cephalic vein.We examined 32 forearms and wrists from 18 cadavers. The cephalic vein was a constant structure containing a branch communicating

2017 Ja Clinical Reports

19. The Anatomy of the Dorsal Capsulo-Scapholunate Septum: A Cadaveric Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Anatomy of the Dorsal Capsulo-Scapholunate Septum: A Cadaveric Study Background  Tears of the dorsal radiocarpal capsule at the level of the scapholunate interosseous ligament (SLIL) have recently been described in association with predynamic scapholunate instability. Purpose  The aim of this anatomical study of the dorsal capsulo-scapholunate septum (DCSS) was to examine the connection of the dorsal capsule on the SLIL and dorsal intercarpal ligament (DICL). Methods  Fourteen fresh frozen (...) wrists from seven adult cadavers were dissected through a dorsal approach. Any dorsal attachment of the DICL on the dorsal surface of the SLIL, that is, the DCSS, was identified and measured (height and width). Results  The DCSS was consistently found connecting the DICL, the dorsal radiocarpal capsule, and the dorsal aspect of the SLIL. It was formed by the confluence of three arches like intersecting ribs in gothic architecture. The mean dimensions of the DCSS were 5.8 mm in height and 4.0 mm

2017 Journal of wrist surgery

20. Forearm Instability: Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Treatment Options. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Forearm Instability: Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Treatment Options. The forearm unit consists of the radius and ulna, a complex and interrelated set of joints (distal radioulnar joint, proximal radioulnar joint) and the soft tissue stabilizers between the 3 bones. Distally, this is represented by the triangular fibrocartilage complex at the wrist, proximally by the annular ligament at the elbow, and in the forearm by the interosseous membrane. Disruptions in any of these structures may lead

2017 Journal of Hand Surgery - American

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