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Real-time three-dimensional MRI for the assessment of dynamic carpal instability
Carpal instability is defined as a condition where wrist motion or loading creates mechanical dysfunction, resulting in weakness, pain and decreased function. Often the diagnosis is made late when malalignment is visualized on static radiography, CT, or MRI. When conventional imaging methods do not identify the instability patterns, yet clinical signs associated with instability exist, the diagnosis of dynamic instability is often suggested to describe carpal derangement manifested only duringdoi:10.1101/351593 fatcat:4ub7qhtosfglxeg7snddod4p2y