Shows the muscles and tendons of the arm.

Muscle structure of the arm

Shows the muscles and tendons of the arm.

"Muscles on the front of the arm. Note the while cords, the tendons at the wrist." —Davison, 1910

Muscles of the arm

"Muscles on the front of the arm. Note the while cords, the tendons at the wrist." —Davison, 1910

A hand, with a bandage wound around the wrist.

Bandaged hand

A hand, with a bandage wound around the wrist.

Transverse section through the carpus, showing the relative position of the tendons, vessels, and nerves.

Transverse Section Through the Carpus

Transverse section through the carpus, showing the relative position of the tendons, vessels, and nerves.

The cuneiform may be distinguished by its pyramidal shape, and by its having an oval, isolated facet for articulation with pisiform bone. It is situated at the upper and inner side of the carpus. Shown is the left cuneiform, showing palmar and lateral surfaces.

Cuneiform Bone

The cuneiform may be distinguished by its pyramidal shape, and by its having an oval, isolated facet…

This diagram shows the bones of the hand and of the wrist.

Hand

This diagram shows the bones of the hand and of the wrist.

The bones of palmar surface of the left hand.

Hand

The bones of palmar surface of the left hand.

The bones of dorsal surface of the left hand.

Hand

The bones of dorsal surface of the left hand.

"Argent, a sinister hand couped at the wrist and erected gules, within a bordure azure. BORDURE or BORDER. This was the most ancient difference in coats of arms, to distinguish different branches of the same family. It is a border round the edge of the shield. Its situation is always the same; but the inner edge may be varied." -Hall, 1862

Hand and Bordure

"Argent, a sinister hand couped at the wrist and erected gules, within a bordure azure. BORDURE or BORDER.…

A anterior view of the ligaments of the wrist and hand.

Hand Ligaments

A anterior view of the ligaments of the wrist and hand.

A posterior view of the ligaments of the wrist and hand.

Hand Ligaments

A posterior view of the ligaments of the wrist and hand.

The dorsal interosseous muscles of the hand seen from the palmar aspect.

Dorsal Interosseous Muscles of the Hand

The dorsal interosseous muscles of the hand seen from the palmar aspect.

Joints of the right hand, from the back of the hand.

Joints of the Hand

Joints of the right hand, from the back of the hand.

The palmar interosseous muscles of the hand. Labels: P1, first; P2, second; and P3, third palmar interosseous muscles.

Palmar Interosseous Muscles of the Hand

The palmar interosseous muscles of the hand. Labels: P1, first; P2, second; and P3, third palmar interosseous…

Short muscles of the hand.

Short Muscles of the Hand

Short muscles of the hand.

Projections of two types of flexor tendon sheaths. Note that in the hand upon the right side there is a continuation between the little finger and the ulnar bursa, and also between the thumb and radial bursa. Note also the connecting sheaths between. In the hand upon the left side the sheaths are separated not alone from their respective fingers but from each other. The type noted upon the right side is the one usually found.

Tendon Sheaths of Wrist and Hand

Projections of two types of flexor tendon sheaths. Note that in the hand upon the right side there is…

The pisiform may be known by its small size and by its presenting a single articular facet. It is situated on a plane anterior to the other bones of the carpus; it is spheroidal in form, with its long diameter directed vertically. Shown is the left pisiform, showing posterior and lateral surfaces.

Pisiform Bone

The pisiform may be known by its small size and by its presenting a single articular facet. It is situated…

Carpal articular surface of the radius, and triangular fibro cartilage of the wrist.

Carpal Articular Surface of the Radius

Carpal articular surface of the radius, and triangular fibro cartilage of the wrist.

Bones of the Wrist and Hand. Labels: m, metacarpal bones; p, phalanges; 3, bones of wrist.

The Human Wrist and Hand Bones

Bones of the Wrist and Hand. Labels: m, metacarpal bones; p, phalanges; 3, bones of wrist.

Frontal section of the wrist and hand.

Frontal Section Through the Wrist and Hand

Frontal section of the wrist and hand.

Section through the wrist joint and carpal bones.

Cross Section Through the Wrist Joint and Carpal Bones

Section through the wrist joint and carpal bones.

Ligaments on anterior aspect of radio carpal, carpal, and carpo metacarpal joints.

Ligaments of the Wrist

Ligaments on anterior aspect of radio carpal, carpal, and carpo metacarpal joints.

Transverse section through right wrist from above. The flexor tendons have been removed from the canal beneath the annular ligament.

Transverse Section of Wrist

Transverse section through right wrist from above. The flexor tendons have been removed from the canal…