Triquetrolunate Injuries

Triquetrolunate Injuries refer to any instability that occurs in the ligament complex connecting the small triquetrum and lunate bones of the wrist, usually due to traumatic injury such as in football.

Symptoms include pain, weakness, stiffness and a clicking sound upon movement.

Mild cases may be treated with rest, temporary immobilization and occupational therapy, while more severe cases may require arthroscopically assisted surgery.