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Tunnel I. Tunnel I, which lies in Zone I of the wrist, transports the abductor pollicis
longus and the extensor pollicis brevis tendons (Fig. 48). As stated previously,
these tendons represent the radial border of the anatomic snuffbox. When the ...
Tunnel VI, in the groove between the apex of the ulnar styloid process and the
ulnar head, contains the extensor carpi ... with an associated fracture of the distal
end of the ulnar styloid process, the dorsal carpal ligament of tunnel VI may tear.
Wrist: Zone V— Palmaris Longus and Carpal Tunnel Palmaris Longus. The
palmaris longus bisects the anterior aspect of the wrist. Its distal end marks the
anterior surface of the carpal tunnel. To facilitate palpation of this tendon, have
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