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The scaphoid bone is one of eight small bones—called carpal bones—in the wrist. These bones allow complex, yet delicate, movements of the hand and wrist. The carpal bones fit between the bone of the forearm and hand. The scaphoid sits below the thumb and is shaped like a kidney bean. A scaphoid fracture is a break of the scaphoid bone in the wrist. Symptoms generally includes pain at the base of the thumb which is worse with use of the hand. The anatomic snuffbox is generally tender and swelling may occur. Complications may include nonunion of the fracture, avascular necrosis, and arthritis.
Conclusion: This technique may be useful in assisting repair of scaphoid bone fracture. Key words: 3D solid model; multidetector computed tomography (MDCT ); ...
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The scaphoid (Latin: os scaphoideum) is a short bone, one of the eight carpal or wrist bones in the human hand. The boat-shaped bone was earlier known as the hand navicular bone, with the name ‘scaphoid’ later originating from ‘skaphe’, the Greek word for ‘boat’. Where is the Scaphoid Bone Located The scaphoid sits below the thumb, and is shaped like a kidney bean. This complex bone has a unique and limited blood supply that can be easily disrupted by a fracture. The scaphoid’s blood flow comes from a small vessel that enters the most distant part of the bone and flows back through the bone to give nutrition to the bone cells.