An Illistrative Case Of Conservative Therapy For Common Wrist Injury - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
None

Other Studies:
Right wrist radiograph: suggestion of slight widening of the scapholunate interval. The prominence of the interval has a symmetric appearance. Slight volar rotation of the scaphoid suggesting scapholunate dissociation (scapholunate angle 65 degrees). No fracture. No significant change with clenched fist imaging.Case Photo #1
MRI right hand/wrist: Abnormal T2 hyperintense internal signal extending through the volar, membranous and dorsal aspects of the scapholunate ligament compatible with tearing.Case Photo #2

Consultations:
Orthopaedic hand surgery

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