Medical Definition of Transverse metacarpal ligament

1. The ligament that interconnects the palmar surface of the heads of the second to fifth metacarpals, being continuous with the palmar ligaments on palmar plates; it lies in the plane of the palmar interosseous fascia. Synonym: ligamentum metacarpale transversum profundum, transverse metacarpal ligament. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transverse Metacarpal Ligament

transverse fracture
transverse genicular ligament
transverse head
transverse horizontal axis
transverse humeral ligament
transverse lie
transverse ligament of acetabulum
transverse ligament of elbow
transverse ligament of knee
transverse ligament of leg
transverse ligament of the atlas
transverse lines of sacrum
transverse metacarpal ligament (current term)
transverse metatarsal ligament
transverse muscle of auricle
transverse muscle of chin
transverse muscle of nape
transverse muscle of thorax
transverse muscle of tongue
transverse myelitis
transverse nasal groove
transverse nerve of neck
transverse occipital sulcus
transverse oval pelvis
transverse palatine fold
transverse palatine ridge

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