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*  Median nerve palsy
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is caused by compression of the median nerve as it passes under the carpal tunnel. Nerve ... More specifically, the patient's index and middle finger cannot flex at the MCP joint, while the thumb usually is unable to ... The nerve continues through the carpal tunnel into the hand, lying in the carpal tunnel anterior and lateral to the tendons of ... page needed] "Carpal Tunnel Info". Carpal Tunnel Info. Web 28 October 2010. < http://www.carpal-tunnel.org> Archived 2010-09-12 ...
*  Thread carpal tunnel release
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume. 84-A (7): 1107-15. PMID 12107308. Guo, Danqing; Guo, Danzhu; Guo, ... Thread carpal tunnel release (TCTR) is a minimally-invasive procedure of performing carpal tunnel release using a piece of ... This is instead of using a scalpel as in the situation of open carpal tunnel release (OCTR) or endoscopic carpal tunnel release ... Trumble, TE; Diao, E; Abrams, RA; Gilbert-Anderson, MM (July 2002). "Single-portal endoscopic carpal tunnel release compared ...
*  Carpal tunnel syndrome
J Bone Joint Surg Am 1:109-112 Gilliatt RW, Wilson TG (1953) A pneumatic-tourniquet test in the carpal-tunnel syndrome. Lancet ... A study of carpal canal pressures". The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 63 (3): 380-383. PMID 7204435. Archived from the ... Since the carpal tunnel is bordered by carpal bones on one side and a ligament on the other, when the pressure builds up inside ... Recurrence of carpal tunnel syndrome after successful surgery is rare. Carpal tunnel syndrome is estimated to affect one out of ...
*  Anterior interosseous nerve
... wrist and carpal joints. A branch of the median nerve, the anterior interosseous nerve (AIN) can be affected by either direct ... As opposed to carpal tunnel syndrome, the AIN has no sensory fibers and therefore no numbness associated with the Anterior ... Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Posterior interosseous nerve Sukegawa, K.; Kuniyoshi, K.; Suzuki, T.; Ogawa, Y.; Okamoto, S.; Shibayama ... Bone Joint J. 96-B (6): 789-794. doi:10.1302/0301-620X.96B6.33656. ISSN 2049-4394. PMID 24891580. This article incorporates ...
*  Intercarpal joints
The intercarpal joints (joints of the carpal bones of the wrist) can be subdivided into three sets of joints (also called ... These four surfaces form two joints: (1) a proximal, the wrist-joint proper; and (2) a distal, the mid-carpal joint. See ... The bones in each carpal row interlock with each other and each row can therefore be considered a single joint. In the proximal ... The joints of the proximal row are arthrodial joints, The scaphoid, lunate, and triquetrum are connected by dorsal, volar, and ...
*  Dog anatomy
It acts to abduct and extend the carpal joint. It is innervated by the radial nerve. Supinator: originates on the lateral ... Carpometacarpal Joints, Metacarpophalangeal Joints, Proximalinterphalangeal Joints, Interphalangeal Joints Femur: Head, ... It acts to flex the carpus, metacarpophalangeal joints, and the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints of the digits. It is ... It acts to abduct the digit and extend the carpal joints. It is innervated by the radial nerve. Caudal and medial muscles of ...
*  Racehorse injuries
"Joint disease". Equinenaturaltherapy.com. Retrieved 2011-06-24. "Carpal Bone Injuries". tree.com. Archived from the original on ... Carpitis is inflammation (arthritis) of the carpal joint (knee). Carpitis is caused by overextension of the carpus. Knee ... enzymes and other agents from the joint lining are released that destroy tissue inside the joint. As the condition worsens, so ... The joint capsule may also be completely ruptured and the articular portion of the bones exposed to view. An osselet is ...
*  Charybdis longicollis
... further squaliform granule is located on the proximal carpal joint. The ventral surface is scaly. The posterior margin of the ...
*  Carpometacarpal bossing
... of the second and third Carpo-Meta-Carpal joint". Electronic Doctor. Retrieved February 2010. Check date values in: ,access- ... The joint between the index metacarpal and the capitate is a fibrous non-mobile joint. Some people have a gene that leads to ... The mass occurs in one of the joints between the carpus and metacarpus of the hand, called the carpometacarpal joints, where a ... The carpometacarpal joint is usually found at the base of the second and third metacarpal bones at the point where they meet ...
*  Spectacled flowerpecker
There were prominent, pure white pectoral tufts emerging from the carpal joints. The eyes, bill and legs were dark. A different ...
*  Microraptor
Sullivan, C.; Hone, D.W.E.; Xu, X.; Zhang, F. (2010). "The asymmetry of the carpal joint and the evolution of wing folding in ... For example, some studies suggest the shoulder joint was too primitive to allow a full flapping flight stroke. In the ancestral ... is curved in such a way that the shoulder joint could only have been positioned high on the back, allowing for a nearly ...
*  Glossary of bird terms
The other set of flight feathers, behind the carpal joint on the ulna, are called the secondaries. The remaining feathers on ... pinioning Also defined herewith: pinion joint. The act of surgically removing one pinion joint-the joint of a bird's wing ... carpal bar A patch seen on the upperwing of some birds that usually appears as a long stripe or line. It is created by the ... The inner wing of a bird is that portion of the wing stretching from its connection to the body and through the "wrist" joint. ...
*  Bird flight
The other set of flight feathers, behind the carpal joint on the ulna, are called the secondaries. The remaining feathers on ... Albatrosses have locking mechanisms in the wing joints that reduce the strain on the muscles during soaring flight. Female ...
*  Charybdis hellerii
... chela has four spines on upper surface and a single spine close to the carpal joint, lower surface smooth. The merus and carpus ...
*  Bonin petrel
The underwing is white with dark edging and a patch at the carpal joint and across underwing coverts. The tail is dark grey, ...
*  Damara tern
In flight, there is a black triangular wing tip which runs from the carpal joint to the tip. In non-breeding plumage the adult ...
*  Northern royal albatross
There is a black band behind the leading edge of its wings between the carpal joint and the tip. As they age, its head, back, ...
*  Caprine arthritis encephalitis virus
Goats that do show symptoms may display swollen knee or carpal joints, lose body condition, and develop a rough hair coat. ...
*  Mobile wad
At the carpal joints longus acts in dorsiflexion with the extensor carpi ulnaris and in radial abduction with the flexor carpi ... These three muscles act as flexors at the elbow joint. The extensor carpi radialis brevis and longus are both weak flexors at ... the elbow joint. Brevis moves the arm from ulnar abduction to its mid-position and flexes dorsally. Longus is a weak pronator ...
*  Meyer's parrot
... s display the black feathers, turquoise belly, blue rump and bright yellow markings on the carpal joint of the ...
*  Sheathbill
There is a rudimentary spur on the "wrist" (carpal) joint, as in plovers. The skin around the eye is bare, as is the skin above ...
*  Eastern bluebonnet
On the folded wing the shoulder patch is mostly red and the leading edge is a much lighter blue-green around the carpal joint. ... upperwing which varies from olive-yellow with a blue carpal patch and little or no red to mostly red with a blue-green carpal ...
*  Patagium
In birds, the propatagium is the elastic fold of skin extending from the shoulder] to the carpal joint, making up the leading ...
*  Wing clipping
... which is carried out by amputation of the wing at the carpal joint. Techniques for clipping the wings vary primarily in the ... action by extending its wing at the wrist joint and using the drag of its primaries as air brakes. While the reduced function ...
*  Echo (elephant)
The large calf had become cramped in the womb during the 22-month pregnancy and was born with rigid carpal joints, making it ...
*  Equine anatomy
Tendons are classified as flexors (flex a joint) or extensors (extend a joint). However, some tendons will flex multiple joints ... these bones support the corresponding carpal bones in the forelimb, and the corresponding tarsal bones in the hindlimb; ... joint; homologous to the "ball" of the foot or the metacarpophalangeal joints of the fingers in humans Flank: where the hind ... and coffin joint, but extend the hock joint). In this case, the tendons (and associated muscles) are named for their most ...
*  Spur-winged lapwing
Egg in nest Egg - MHNT Chick Adult Upper side of wings - note the spurs on the leading edge of the carpal joint Underside of ...