The wrist is a joint
which is located between the hand
and the forearm
. This articulation allows the movements of the hand
relative to the forearm
. Anatomically, the wrist has 10 bones. It encompasses the radius and ulna
) in their lower part. In the first row, there is the scaphoid, lunate (lunate), the triquénum (pyramidal) and the pisiform. The second row comprises the hamate (hamate), the capitate (large bones), trapezoid and trapezium.
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. Translated by Crashounette
Latest update on October 26, 2016 at 07:55 AM by MarziaChiriatti.