Intermetacarpal


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In`ter`me`ta`car´pal


a.1.(Anat.) Between the metacarpal bones.
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Moreover, the specimen pertains to a goose rather than a swan because the process of metacarpal I (terminology follows Howard, 1929) is high, the proximal edge of the process of metacarpal i is nearly perpendicular to the shaft, and the pit on the internal side below the pisiform process is separated from the intermetacarpal space by a distinct raised area (Woolfenden, 1961).
Fletcher described a recurrent myxoma in a 66 year old man involving the intermetacarpal space of the hand with minor recurrences over 15 years (9).
9) Fracture of trapezium, Axial load with trapezoid and hyperextended second/third wrist intermetacarpal ligament rupture Watanabe, et al.