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Scapho-Lunate (SL) Ligament Injuries

Scapho-lunate (SL) ligament injuries are serious injuries to the wrist. The scapho-lunate ligament connects two of the most important bones of the wrist together: the scaphoid and the lunate. The scapho-lunate ligament keeps those small bones of the wrist moving together in a normal, synchronous fashion. Tears of the scapho-lunate ligament can cause significant pain and usually lead to arthritis after 10-15 years,