The carpal, or wrist, bones are commonly memorized with the help of mnemonics. One of the most common is Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle. More »

The carpal bones in the proximal row from medial to lateral are the pisiform, triquetral, lunate and the scaphoid bones. The proximal and distal rows make up the carpus, which is the area between the metacarpals and the ... More »

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The bones of the wrist are the trapezoid, trapezium, scaphoid, capitate, hamate, pisiform, triquetrum and lunate. These attach to the radius and ulna, which are the long bones in the arms. The wrist bones, their ligament... More »

The bones of the wrist are the trapezoid, trapezium, scaphoid, capitate, hamate, pisiform, triquetrum and lunate. These attach to the radius and ulna, which are the long bones in the arms. The wrist bones, their ligament... More »

The names of skeletal views, subsystems, bones and joints represent some important labels on a complete diagram of the skeletal system. The names of the type and parts of a bone, and its internal anatomy, are significant... More »

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There are two joints between the forearm bones and the wrist: the radiocarpal wrist joint and the distal radioulnar joint. The scaphoid and lunate bones of the carpals meet with two concavities to form the radiocarpal wr... More »

Each wrist has eight carpal bones arranged in two rows. This group of bones joins the long bones in the forearm, which are called the radius and ulna. More »