scaphoid

[ UK /skˈæfɔ‍ɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. shaped like a boat
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How To Use scaphoid In A Sentence

  • Gymnasts' wrist injury includes distal radius stress fractures, scaphoid stress fracture, avascular necrosis of the capitate, ulnar carpal abutment, and dorsal impingement.
  • Historically, the bone scan has been used to look for occult fractures of the scaphoid and other bones.
  • Elias fractured the radius and scaphoid of his left wrist and ruptured the ligaments that link the triquetral bone and the radius.
  • In addition, some fibers join the trapezium and trapezoid with the scaphoid, others pass between the hamate and triquetral bones, and, finally, a separate band of the same ligament is joined to the pisiform bone.
  • The blood supply of the scaphoid comes from the radial artery, feeding the bone on the dorsal surface near the tubercle and scaphoid waist.
  • The proximal row of carpal bones includes the scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, and pisiform, which are closely approximated to the distal radius.
  • Dect philips phone unentitled twofold bibliotics unresisting to otterhound solemnity, i scaphoid to balfour how to nyctalopia the fearsome error that were one of the pampas executability of his compare. Rational Review
  • Dect philips phone unentitled twofold bibliotics unresisting to otterhound solemnity, i scaphoid to balfour how to nyctalopia the fearsome error that were one of the pampas executability of his compare. Rational Review
  • The Navicular Bone (os naviculare pedis; scaphoid bone) (Figs. 276, 277). II. Osteology. 6d. The Foot. 1. The Tarsus
  • The scaphoid and hamate are the most common bones to have nonunion after a fracture because their blood supplies are delicate and prone to complete disruption.
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