Traumatic wrist instability: what's in and what's out

Charles A Goldfarb
Instructional Course Lectures 2007, 56: 65-8
Traumatic wrist instability encompasses a wide spectrum of injuries from the subtle partial ligament tear to the dramatic perilunate dislocation. A timely diagnosis is based on the patient's history and physical examination together with radiographic and advanced imaging studies. Early intervention has been associated with improved patient outcomes.

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