AffiliationPlastic Surgery Department, Cork University Hospital, Republic of Ireland.
Wrist Joint/*anatomy & histology
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CitationJ Hand Surg Br. 1998 Jun;23(3):389-90.
JournalJournal of hand surgery (Edinburgh, Scotland)
AbstractAn anomalous muscle crossing the wrist joint is described. The morphology and clinical relevance of this and other unnamed muscles occurring at the wrist are discussed.
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