wvdpalmradio3.GIF (20604 bytes)

See one ligament at a time

The palmer ligament is a broad band that attaches from the volar edge of the distal radius ti the proximal carpal row and capitate.  This ligament checks supinary movement and maintains joint integrity.  This ligament can be divided into separate bands including the radiolunate, radiocapiate, radiotriquetral, radioscaphoid ligaments.

Click on the shaded areas or words for more information. Click on the hand (below) to return to the Hand Kinesiology home page.

Palmar Radiocarpal Ligament | Radiolunate Ligament | Radiocaptate Ligament | Radiotriquetral Ligament | Radioscaphiod Ligament | Wrist Volar Deep | Wrist Dorsal | Finger Ligaments | Help | Hand Kinesiology

Lorie Richards and Janice Loudon, University of Kansas Medical Center, School of Allied Health,
Occupational and Physical Therapy Education, October 1997