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A 32-year-old parkour enthusiast presents after tumbling 6 months ago. He has had persistent left wrist pain since the injury. Examination today reveals a positive ballottement test, dorsal and ulnar carpal tenderness, and a painful snap with ulnar deviation, pronation, and axial compression of the wrist. His images are seen in Figures A and B. Which portion of the injured ligament is strongest?
Dorsal fibers of scapholunate ligament
Volar fibers of scapholunate ligament
Dorsal fibers of lunotriquetral ligament
Volar fibers of lunotriquetral ligament
Short radiolunate ligament
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