Triquetrohamate Instability

Triquetrohamate instability occurs when there has been a stretching or tearing of the interosseous ligament joining the triquetrum and hamate carpals (wrist bones). It typically occurs following trauma to the ulnar side (small finger side) while the wrist was in a position of hyperpronation, or inward rotation, however some cases of triquetrohamate instability occur without a history of trauma. It presents as mid-wrist pain aggravated by pronation (inward rotation) and ulnar deviation (wrist bending towards the little finger).

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