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Wrist: A valuable Organ\n\nHuman body is blessed with so many vital organs without which a person cannot live and lead a healthy life. Wrist is one of the most critical parts of human skeleton. It is intermediate between hand and forearm. In medical terms it is located closest to forearm. Wrist is composed of collection of carpal bones which are merged with associated soft tissues as well. To be precise there are eight carpal bones arranged in two rows. \n\nOne row of carpal bones connects with long bones of the forearm and the other one joins the hand at metacarpal bones that also make up the palm as well. The joint connecting the forearm with hand is called wrist. The joint is formed by radial and carpus bones.
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