Dorsal intercarpal ligament
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|Dorsal intercarpal ligament|
Ligaments of wrist. Posterior view. (Dorsal intercarpal ligaments labeled at center left.)
|Latin||ligamenta intercarpalia dorsalia|
The dorsal intercarpal ligament consists of a series of fibrous bands that extend transversely across the dorsal surfaces of the carpal bones, connecting them to each other.
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