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TFCC Injury (Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex)

A TFCC injury refers to damage sustained by the triangular fibrocartilage complex in the wrist. This structure consists of several ligaments and cartilage arranged in a triangular shape. The wrist is an intricate collection of joints. The forearm contains the radius and the ulna, the distal (furthest from the body) ends of which connect with the proximal (nearest the body) row of carpal bones of the wrist. A second row of carpal bones, the distal row, connects with the metacarpals (long bones) of the hand.

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