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Table 3 Intraosseous ganglia distribution by ligament.

From: MRI-identified abnormalities and wrist range of motion in asymptomatic versus symptomatic computer users

  ASYMPTOMATIC SYMPTOMATIC
  Intrinsic Extrinsic Intrinsic Extrinsic
  Ligament Ligaments Ligament Ligaments
BONE   Dorsal Volar   Dorsal Volar
lunate S-L(3) 3 1 LT(3) 10  
capitate C-Tra(2); C-H(5)    C-Tra(2);S-C(2);C-H(2)   
scaphoid C-S(2)    C-S(4)   
trapezoid C-Tra(2)    C-Tra(3)   
triquetrum   ECU(2)    ECU(1)  
trapezium CMC(1)    CMC(2)   
hamate C-H(3)    C-H(2)   
distal radius      LRL(1)  
1st metacarpal CMC(1)      
  1. Note. Name (number) of the ligaments located adjacent to the intraosseous ganglia in the asymptomatic and symptomatic wrists. (C-H, capitohamate ligament; C-S, capitoscaphoid ligament; C-Tra, capitotrapezoid ligament; CMC, carpometacarpal ligament; ECU, attachment of ECU tendon sheath on the triquetrum; LRL, long radiolunate ligament; L-T, lunatotriquetral ligament; S-L, scapholunate ligament).