wrist joint n.
The joint between the distal end of the radius and its articular disk and the proximal row of carpal bones, except the pisiform bone. Also called radiocarpal joint.
The bone of the wounded arm slowly evaporated, beginning with the wrist joint.
Flinging all his weight upon the door, he closed it, imprisoning the assailant's hand above the wrist joint.
A sleeve that stops short at the wrist joint should be relieved by lace to be artistic.
They each greeted me with a wan smile and held up the left arm—the hand had been severed at the wrist joint.
The wrist joint is fixed just in the same way as the joints of the foot are made rigid by muscles when it has to serve as a lever.
The same is true of the wrist joint, which holds the hand firmly, allowing no motion save that which opens and closes the wing.
If this is clipped off at the wrist joint the entire wing is cleaned.
Second ball glanced ulnar side of left forearm at wrist joint.
As in infants, this change is met with most commonly at the wrist joint, involving the ulna and the radius.