Clinical Communications: Adults| Volume 47, ISSUE 4, e95-e97, October 2014

Dorsal Dislocation of the Trapezoid with CARPO-METACARPAL Dislocations: A Case Report and a Description of the “Missing Carpal Sign” on Radiographs


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