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Ulnar Styloid Process. Return to the basic position with your fingers on the ulnar
and radial styloid processes. Note first that the ulnar styloid process does not
extend as far distally as does the radial process (Fig. 17), and that it is more ...
Wrist: Zone III— Ulnar Styloid Process Tenderness in the area of the ulnar styloid
process may be due either to pathology within the process itself or to a Colles'
fracture with an associated fracture of the distal end of the ulnar styloid process.
It may also be subject to attrition, either from friction due to dorsal dislocation of
the ulnar head or from synovitis. Tunnel VI. Tunnel VI, in the groove between the
apex of the ulnar styloid process and the ulnar head, contains the extensor carpi
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