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A 24-yr old man presents with pain in his right wrist that resulted when he fell hard oh his outstrecthed hand. Radiographic studies indicate an anterior dislocation of a proximal row carpal bone that articulates with the most lateral proximal row carpal bone. Which of the following bone was dislocated?
A. Capitate
B. Lunate
C. Scaphoid
D. Trapezoid
E. Triquetrum
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b) Lunate
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b. Lunate
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C...scaphoid, land mark for radial nerve
Lunate is to median N
Hamate to Ulna N
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C...scaphoid, land mark for radial nerve
Lunate is to median N
Hamate to Ulna N
Oh right...Didn't notice the word " to the most lateral"..thanks
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i think its mc dislocation
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Oh right...Didn't notice the word " to the most lateral"..thanks
my oversight
Question is bone which articulates with most lateral bone:
Lunate articulates with scaphoid laterally
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my oversight
Question is bone which articulates with most lateral bone:
Lunate articulates with scaphoid laterally
lol ... yes I was confused too.
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b lunate mc dislocated carpal bone
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Scaphoid=MC fractured Carpal bone.
Lunate=MC dislocated Carpal bone
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U guys are Right its' LUNATE
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LUNATE DISLOCATION-->median n. tunel synd.
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lunate..articulate with scaphoid bone which
lies lateralmost.......
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