X-ray of a Child's Hand and Wrist

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The capitate is the largest of the carpal bones. It resides in the distal row of carpal bones. The bone articulates with scaphoid and lunate bones of the proximal row, and primarily with the third metacarpal bone.

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phalanx | metacarpal | capitate | hamate | lunate | pisiform | scaphoid | trapezoid | trapezium | triquetral | radius | ulna |
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Module Name: hand_wrist
Module Title: X-ray of a Child's Hand and Wrist
Image Info: X-ray; source - Wuarchive.
Created by: Lynn Bry
Contact Email:bryl@medicine.wustl.edu
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