Scapholunate Ligament

The scapholunate ligament is a ligament of the wrist binding the scaphoid and lunate scapholunate ligament tear bones of the wrist together.  It is an important structure in the middle of the wrist and is critical for painless and full wrist motion.  The scapholunate ligament is commonly injured during a wrist sprain when it can be stretched or there can be a completely torn ligament.

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