Examples from the Web for carpal
In addition, it can lead to uncomfortable conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and other aches and pains.Is HGH, Allegedly Alex Rodriguez’s Drug of Choice, Really So Bad?|Kent Sepkowitz|August 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Writing-related health hazards: carpal tunnel, bad eyesight, weight gain, insanity.
As has been previously referred to, there always exists a peculiar suspension of carpal flexion in all cases of carpitis.
There is no particular difference in the handling of carpal luxation and dislocation of other bones.
Sometimes the carpal bones are so soft that the needle can be made to penetrate them in different directions.
The arm is divided into three sections: the deltoid, brachial and carpal.Delsarte System of Oratory|Various
No weight is borne upon the affected leg and the carpal joint is flexed.
British Dictionary definitions for carpal
- any bone of the wrist
- (as modifier)carpal bones
Word Origin for carpal
Word Origin and History for carpal
"of the wrist," 1743, from Modern Latin carpalis, from carpus "wrist" (see carpus). Carpal tunnel syndrome attested by 1970, from carpal tunnel, the tunnel-like passage that carries nerves through the wrist.