Hand and wrist

BROKEN WRISTS AFTER A SLIP AND FALL

Hand and wrist Patient information

BROKEN WRISTS AFTER A SLIP AND FALL     Introduction  The human wrist is a remarkable piece of engineering, enabling a wide range of movements and actions in our daily lives. Unfortunately, due to its complex structure with many small bones clustered closely together, wrist injuries, including fractures like the scaphoid, Colles, “snuffbox,” and ulna

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Carpal Boss

Hand and wrist Patient information

Carpal Boss   Summary Carpal bossing is a benign condition characterised by a bony prominence overlying the dorsal aspect of the carpometacarpal joints, typically the second and third. This can be idiopathic, or can occur as a result of previous injury to or degenerative change of these joints. Presentation History Atraumatic onset of swelling over

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