Hand Bones

The skeleton of the human hand comprises of 27 bones, the eight short skeletal substances of the wrist or carpus formed into a proximal column (scaphoid, lunate, triquetral and pisiform), which expresses with the skeleton of the forearm, and a distal column (trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate), which explains with the bases of the metacarpal skeletal substances (i.e. the bones of the palm or “hand legitimate”). As one unit with the fourteen phalanx skeletal substances of the fingers the aforementioned metacarpal bones shape five beams or poly-verbalized chains.

Hand Bones

Hand Bones

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