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The skin on the fingers is fixed to bone by septa and small ligaments running
from skin to bone along the lateral and medial sides of the fingers (Cleland's and
Grayson's Ligaments). Thus, there is very little rotary movement of the skin
The hook of the hamate lies in a direct line between the pisiform bone and the
web space of the thumb and index finger. Even then the triquetrium may be
difficult to find, since it also lies under the pisiform. The triquetrium is vulnerable
to injury, ...
Since the bones of the foot are, in most instances, subcutaneous, their
prominences present the most practical reference points (Fig. 3). Medial Aspect
Head of the First Metatarsal Bone and the Metatarsophalangeal Joint. The head
of the first ...
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