Hand Ligaments Image

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Hand Ligaments Image

In purely anatomical terms, only those ligaments that connect the bones of the hand to each other are properly called hand ligaments. The ligaments of the fingers and those that connect the hand to the wrist and forearm are not considered hand ligaments. The hand ligaments connect the bones of the hand.
Two large ligaments bind the bones of the hand and wrist to the radius, a bone of the forearm. The first is on the back of the hand and is called the dorsal radiocarpal ligament, and the second, on the palm side of the hand, is called the palmar radiocarpal ligament.
Two large ligaments bind the bones of the hand and wrist to the radius, a bone of the forearm. The first is on the back of the hand and is called the dorsal radiocarpal ligament, and the second, on the palm side of the hand, is called the palmar radiocarpal ligament.



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