Traducción de metacarpal en Español:


hueso metacarpiano, n.

Pronunciación /ˌmɛdəˈkɑrpəl//ˌmɛtəˈkɑːp(ə)l/


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    hueso metacarpiano masculino
    del metacarpo
    • Radiographs showed no fracture of the wrist, metacarpals or other bones.
    • The muscle inserts by a long thin tendon onto the base of the fifth metacarpal on its medial side.
    • Fracture of the distal aspect of the fifth metacarpal is a relatively common presentation.
    • Mutilation of the upper extremities accompanied by comminuted fractures of the metacarpals, wrists, and forearms were found in two of the suicide cases.
    • The needle enters just proximal to the first metacarpal on the extensor surface.
    • He had missed 16 games following surgery to repair a fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his left hand.
    • Fractures of the body of the hamate may occur from trauma and usually occur in combination with fractures of the base of the fourth and fifth metacarpals.
    • Each of the phalanges and metacarpals have common fracture patterns and are related to each bone's location and susceptibility to failure under external loads.
    • Nondisplaced fractures of the base of the metacarpals are treated with immobilization in a short arm cast.
    • It will mean an amputation of your little finger as well as the metacarpal; what we call a ray amputation.
    • In another study of 127 dissected forearms, 10.2% of the abductor pollicis longus muscles had a single tendon that inserted upon the radial side of the first metacarpal only.
    • Both hands were amputated just distal to the carpus, leaving three metacarpal stumps on the right hand and a vestige of one metacarpal on the left hand.
    • The hands are osteopenic with short wide metacarpals and phalanges.
    • There are eight carpal bones in the wrist, five metacarpals, and 14 nonsesamoid bones that comprise the phalanges.
    • The tendons are inserted either into the corresponding extensor tendons or onto the metacarpals.
    • An undisplaced fractured head of second metacarpal was treated conservatively.
    • The finger's bone structure includes three phalanges and a metacarpal.
    • The fracture extends to the carpometacarpal joint and the displacement is made worse and more unstable by the abductor muscles of the first metacarpal.
    • Once even, she cracked a metacarpal, and she beat me for this, too.
    • He fractured the fourth metacarpal in his right hand and had to have a plate and six screws inserted into the hand.