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Figure 4 (A and B): TFC and lunatotriquetral ligament tears in a 28 year old male patient. Coronal PD image (A) shows a central TFC tear (arrow) with doubtful tears of scapholunate and lunatotriquetral ligaments. Apart from the TFC tear (bold arrow), a defect in the lunatotriquetral ligament is outlined by gadolinium in coronal MR arthrogram image (B) with contrast extending into the midcarpal joint (arrow); the scapholunate ligament is confirmed to be intact (open arrow). Both the tears were arthroscopically confirmed

Figure 4 (A and B): TFC and lunatotriquetral ligament tears in a 28 year old male patient. Coronal PD image (A) shows a central TFC tear (arrow) with doubtful tears of scapholunate and lunatotriquetral ligaments. Apart from the TFC tear (bold arrow), a defect in the lunatotriquetral ligament is outlined by gadolinium in coronal MR arthrogram image (B) with contrast extending into the midcarpal joint (arrow); the scapholunate ligament is confirmed to be intact (open arrow). Both the tears were arthroscopically confirmed