Following a review of the bony anatomy of the forearm, Dr. Wilde covers the lateral and medial forearm muscle groups. Using a mnemonic to aid in recollection of the carpal bones, the wrist bony anatomy is explored in detail through graphics and sonographic images. The pathophysiology of the proximal and distal carpal tunnel is introduced with a review of Guyon’s canal. The flexor tendons and extensor compartments are shown through ultrasound images. The three spaces of the palm: radial, ulnar, and central, as well as intrinsic ligaments are explained with illustrations and sonographic images.
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