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a.1.(Anat.) Situated between bones; as, an interosseous ligament.
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Atrophy was prominent in the first dorsal interosseal muscle and less obvious in the hypothenar muscles (Figure-1).
MEPs were recorded in a belly-tendon (respectively, cathode-anode) montage on the skin overlying the first dorsal interosseal muscle of the unaffected hand.
the ulnar artery joined with the large first dorsal interosseal artery to form the SPA and supplied thumb and index finger in 8% of cases among 86 dissected cadaveric specimens, [sup][3] whereas in our case, it does not supply the index finger.
Ligaments (anterior, posterior, interosseal sacroiliac ligament, sacrospinous ligament, and sacrotuberous ligament) were left intact.