Hand bone

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License Image posterior (dorsal hand) The bones of the hand consist of 14 phalanges, 5 metacarpals, and 8 carpals. The carpal bones are the: 1. trapezium 2. trapezoid 3. capitate 4. hamate 5. pisiform (not shown) 6. triquetrum 7. lunate 8. scaphoid See Also:Hand X RayHand Bones

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Copperplate engraving--Cf. Choulant, L. Anatomic illustration, p. 331. Right forearm and hand in supine anterior position (fig. 1), left forearm and hand in semipronate position (fig. 2). Accompanying text identifies the bones in the arm and the position of the hands. Title supplied by cataloger.

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