Carpus In A Sentence

Definition of Carpus

(anatomy) The group of bones that make up the wrist.

How To Use Carpus In A Sentence?

  • In Chelonians, the turtle and tortoise group, the characters of the carpus vary with the family.
  • The RADIUS articulates with the bones of the carpus and forms the wrist-joint.
  • The bone which is usually known as the wing metacarpal is frequently stouter at the proximal end towards the carpus than towards the phalange.
  • Don't clutch his carpus in your icy fist, But warm your fingers ere you take the wrist.
  • The facet for the wing metacarpal on the carpus is clearly recognised, but as a rule there is no surface with which the small metacarpals can be separately articulated.
  • From the carpus downwards the large metacarpal artery, the internal metacarpal vein, and the internal plantar nerve are in close relation with each other.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Carpus | Carpus Sentence

  • The RADIUS articulates with the bones of the carpus and forms the wrist-joint.

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