midcarpal

midcarpal
1. Relating to the central part of the carpus. 2. Denoting the articulation between the two rows of carpal bones. SYN: carpocarpal. SYN: mediocarpal, mesocarpal.

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mid·car·pal -'kär-pəl adj being between the proximal and distal carpals used esp. of an anatomical articulation

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mid·car·pal (mid-kahrґpəl) between the two rows of bones of the carpus.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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