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Wrist and hand

Wrist and hand

The wrist is an area connecting the forearm to the hand and is mainly defined by the carpal bones. Let's look at the structures found in the wrist and hand. More.
  1. Bones of the wrist and hand
    Bones and ligaments of the wrist and hand.
  2. Carpal bones
    Carpal bones and their bony structures.
  3. Metacarpal bones
    Metacarpal bones and related bony structures.
  4. Phalanges of the hand
    Phalanges of the hand and related bony structures.
  5. Muscles of the hand
    Overview of volar and dorsal muscles of the hand.
  6. Thenar muscles
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the thenar muscles.
  7. Hypothenar muscles
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the hypothenar muscles.
  8. Metacarpal muscles
    Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the metacarpal muscles.
  9. Wrist and hand
    [60 exam questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the wrist and hand.

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