Case report| Volume 26, ISSUE 7, P497-499, September 1995

Dorsal dislocation of the triquetrum: a rare complication of perilunate dislocation

  • J.O. Ikpeme
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    Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Harrogate District Hospital, UK
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  • S. Hankey
    Department of Radiology, Harrogate District Hospital, UK
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