Scapholunate interosseal ligament tears manifested with pain, a popping, weakness of the wrist, or limited wrist motion,
are probably the most frequent cause of carpal instability. Insufficiency of the injured scapholunate ligament
results in pathologic scaphoid and lunate position with wrist kinematics changes that cause irreversible degenerative
arthrotic changes. The timely diagnosis combined with proper treatment is required for successful therapy and carpal
scapholunate dissociation, carpal instability, carpal collapse, distal radius fractures, carpal arthrosis.