triquetral

  • 1 Triquetral — Tri*que tral, a. Triquetrous. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 triquetral — 1. adjective Three cornered Syn: triquetrous 2. noun The triquetral bone …

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  • 3 triquetral — (also triquetral bone) noun Anatomy a carpal bone on the outside of the wrist, articulating with the lunate, hamate, and pisiform bones. Origin C17: from L. triquetrus three cornered + al …

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  • 4 triquetral — noun a wrist bone that articulates with the pisiform and hamate and lunate bones • Syn: ↑triquetral bone, ↑os triquetrum, ↑cuneiform bone, ↑pyramidal bone • Hypernyms: ↑carpal bone, ↑carpal, ↑wrist bone …

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  • 5 triquetral — См. triquetrous …

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  • 6 triquetral — See triquetrum. * * * …

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  • 7 triquetral — /traɪˈkwitrəl/ (say truy kweetruhl), / ˈkwɛtrəl/ (say kwetruhl) adjective 1. → triquetrous. –noun 2. one of the eight bones of the carpus …

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  • 8 Triquetral bone — Bone: Triquetral bone Shown is the right hand, palm down (left) and palm up (right). Proximal: A=Scaphoid, B=Lunate, C=Triquetral, D=Pisiform Distal: E=Trapezium, F=Trapezoid, G=Capitate, H=Hamate …

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  • 9 triquetral bone — noun One of the carpal bones of the wrist. Syn: triquetral, triquetrum, os triquetrum, cuneiform bone, pyramidal bone, cubital bone, os pyramidale, os triangulare, three cornered bone, triangular bone …

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  • 10 triquetral bone — tri·que·tral bone trī kwē trel n the bone in the proximal row of the carpus that is third counting from the thumb side of the wrist, has a pyramidal shape, and is situated between the lunate and pisiform bones called also triangular, triangular… …

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  • 11 triquetral bone — noun a wrist bone that articulates with the pisiform and hamate and lunate bones • Syn: ↑triquetral, ↑os triquetrum, ↑cuneiform bone, ↑pyramidal bone • Hypernyms: ↑carpal bone, ↑carpal, ↑wrist bone …

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  • 12 triquetral cartilage — triquetrous cartilage 1. cartilago arytenoidea. 2. discus articularis articulationis radioulnaris distalis …

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  • 13 triquetral ligament of foot — ligamentum calcaneofibulare …

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  • 14 triquetral ligament of scapula — ligamentum transversum scapulae inferius …

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  • 15 triquetral bone — triquetrum …

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  • 16 Кость Трехгранная (Triquetrum, Triquetral Bone) — кость запястья (см. Запястье). Сверху она соединяется с локтевой костью, а также с гороховидной, крючковидной и полулунной костями запястья. Источник: Медицинский словарь …

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  • 17 triquetrum — triquetral bone; n. a bone of the wrist (see carpus). It articulates with the ulna behind and with the pisiform, hamate, and lunate bones in the carpus …

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  • 18 Anatomie du poignet — Poignet Le poignet est une région du membre supérieur située entre la main et l avant bras, et contenant le carpe. Élément clé pour le fonctionnement de la main, il permet les mouvements (c est à dire les changements de place et d’orientation) de …

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  • 19 Poignet — Cet article possède des paronymes, voir : Poignée, Augustin Poignet et Veuve poignet …

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  • 20 Carpus — For other uses, see Carpus (disambiguation). Bone: Carpals BONES OF (right) HAND Proximal: A=Scaphoid, B=Lunate, C=Triquetrum, D=Pisiform Distal: E=Trapezium, F=Trapezoid, G=Capitate, H …

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