The Scaphoid and Lunate bones are conjoined through an intra-articular ligament known as the Scapholunate
This ligament is responsible for coordinated movement of the lunate and scaphoid bones facilitating smooth rotation of the wrist.1 For surgical treatment, small joint anchors can be used to repair or reconstruct the scapholunate joint upon tearing. TruShot® with Y-Knot® Shallow features an all-in-one delivery system that eliminates extra steps. The unique anchor deployment technology allows for shallow 10mm tunnel anchor placement.
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1 Andersson, Jonny K. “Treatment of scapholunate Ligament Injury”. EFFORT Open Rev. 2017 Sep; 2(9): 382-393.