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Release of Carpal Tunnel and Excision of Synovial Cyst - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features multiple anatomical and surgical views of the right hand and wrist during release of a carpal tunnel and excision of a synovial cyst. The following specifics are shown:\r\n1. Palmar view, right wrist anatomy with synovial cyst.\r\n2. Cross-section through the wrist and synovial cyst.\r\n3. Endoscopic carpal tunnel release with scope view of cutting blade.\r\n4. Carpal tunnel - limited open release with stripper-cutter.\r\n5. Carpal tunnel - open transverse release with hemostat and angled scissors.
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