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Capitohamate Interosseous Ligament
Connective Tissue

Capitohamate Interosseous Ligament

Ligamentum capitohamatum interosseum

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Anatomical Relations

The capitohamate interosseous ligament belongs to the distal interosseous intercarpal ligaments. As its name suggests, this ligament attaches from the capitate to the hamate.

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Function

The interosseous intercarpal ligaments serve to stabilize the carpal bones in the midcarpal joint.

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