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Table 3 Qualitative assessment of the vascular supply for each patient for each artery

From: Superselective angiography of the wrist in patients with Kienböck’s disease

P Radial P Ulnar P Interosseous
Type N F E R U Type N F E R U Type N F E R U
1 V P 0 0 0 = 1 X       1 blush P
blush D 0 = 0 X       blush D
2 X       2 blush P 0 0 2 blush P = = = =
X       X       blush D 0 = =
3 blush D 0 0 0 = 3 X       3 blush D = = = =
blush P 0 0 0 = X       blush P = = = =
4 V D = 0 4 X       4 V P 0 = 0
V P = 0 X       V D = = 0
5 V D = 0 = 0 5 X       5 blush P 0 0 =
blush D = 0 = 0 X       blush D 0 = 0
6 V D 0 0 = = 6 V P 0 = 6 X      
V P 0 0 = = V D 0 = X      
7 blush P 0 = 0 0 7 X       7 V D = 0 0
blush D 0 = 0 0 X       X      
8 X       8 X       8 X      
9 X       9 V P 0 0 0 0 9 X      
10 V P 10 X       10 V P = =
V D X       X      
11 X       11 X       11 X      
12 X       12 blush P 12 blush P = =
X       X       blush D = =
13 X       13 X       13 blush D =
14 X       14 X       14 V P = 0 = 0
X       X       V D = = 0
15 X       15 X       15 V P
X       X       V D
16 X       16 X       16 X      
17 X       17 blush P = 17 X      
  1. P: Patient number, Type: type of vascular connection: X: no visible contrast agent around the lunate, V: vessel projecting into the bone, blush: contrast agent visible in capillary network surrounding the lunate. N: location of visible contrast agent in neutral position, possible locations: P: palmar and D: dorsal. F: in flexion, E: in extension, U: in ulnarduction, R: in radialduction. 0: no blood flow visible in contrast to neutral position, ↓: flow diminished compared to neutral position, =: unchanged to neutral position, −: no data available