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Clinical Examination of Wrist Ligaments

  • C. Rizzo
  • J. Garret
  • V. Guigal
  • A. Gazarian
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Abstract

The wrist was considered to be a single bone up until 1860; over a century and a half with the progress of imaging techniques, it has currently become by far the most complex articulation of the human skeleton.

Keywords

Positive Predictive Value Grip Strength Ulnar Styloid Thenar Eminence Radial Inclination 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hand and Upper Extremity UnitClinique du ParcLyonFrance

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