When A Mis-hit Eclipses A Season: Wrist Pain In A Collegiate Tennis Player - Page #3

Lab Studies:

Other Studies:
3-view of the left wrist demonstrated normal mineralization, normal bony alignment, no visualized fracture or dislocation, and no soft tissure abnormalities
Case Photo #1, Case Photo #2, Case Photo #3

Mild, nonspecific edema of the lunate involving the dorsal and volar aspect, most likely reflecting a stress reaction. Location of the edema and appearance is unlikely to reflect early osteonecrosis. Case Photo #4, Case Photo #5, Case Photo #6, Case Photo #7


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