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Scapholunate ligament tear

The scapholunate ligament in the wrist is commonly injured which is responsible for connecting the scaphoid to the lunate. Generally, the scaphoid and lunate move as one since they are connected tightly by the scapholunate ligament. Once a scapholunate ligament tear takes place, the scaphoid bones flex forward while the lunate is bent backwards which […]