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Geissler / Atlas Hand Clin 9 (2004) 39–58 41 Lunotriquetral interosseous ligament The lunate and triquetrum is constrained by two interosseous ligaments performed by stout transverse ﬁbers connecting the palmar and dorsal aspects of the two bones. Between the two, a ﬁbrocartilage membrane closes the joint proximally. Unlike the scapholunate interosseous ligament, the palmar lunotriquetral ligament is stronger than the dorsal one. The average yield strength of the palmar portion of the lunotriquetral ligament was 301 newtons as compared with 121 newtons, respectively.
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