Hand and wrist
Carpal angle
Radiography (Posteroanterior)
Male (4-6 years old) 116.0-132.5°
Male (6-8 years old) 110.0-153.5°
Male (8-10 years old) 122.0-147.0°
Male (10-12 years old) 125.5-143.0°
Male (12-14 years old) 117.0-142.5°
Male (14-24 years old) 119.0-149.5°
Male (24-40 years old) 114.0-145.5°
Male (40-83 years old) 113.5-146.5°
Female (4-6 years old) 120.0-143.0°
Female (6-8 years old) 115.0-147.5°
Female (8-10 years old) 115.5-139.5°
Female (10-12 years old) 123.0-152.5°
Female (12-14 years old) 116.0-143.0°
Female (14-24 years old) 115.0-139.5°
Female (24-40 years old) 112.0-142.5°
Female (40-83 years old) 113.0-149.0°
Line tangential to scaphoid and lunate. Line tangential to lunate and triquetrum. Carpal angle is the angle between those two lines.
Keats TE, Sistrom C. Atlas of Radiologic Measurement. Mosby Inc. (2001).
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