Volar Intercalated Segmental Instability (VISI) is defined by the International Wrist Investigators Workshop as a general class of symptomatic carpal instability characterized by pathologic volar flexion of the lunate, with or without a similar posture of the other proximal carpal row bones, and asynchronous movement of the proximal and/or distal carpal rows. The carpal instability dissociative (CID) pattern of VISI represents the more advanced stage of lunotriquetral dissociation (LTD) which shows a static deformity with both scaphoid and lunate flexed, and the triquetrum neutral or extended.
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Last date updated on September, 2014