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42 Possible Causes for Abnormal X-Ray of the Wrist

  • Wrist Fracture

    Often, your doctor will order an x-ray to confirm the condition, location, and severity of the break.[] With these types of fractures, the wrist may bend in an awkward way or look abnormal.[] […] need to seek medical attention right away : Severe pain Numbness Discolored fingers Colles’ fracture diagnosis Your doctor may be able to tell that you've fractured your wrist[]

  • Kienbock's Disease

    X-rays may show no specific abnormality in the early stages and MRI scans may be required.[] X-rays may show no specific abnormality in the early stages and so MRI scans are essential if early Kienbock's disease is suspected [ 5 ] .[] Eventually, degenerative changes may involve the whole wrist. Plain films must also be examined to determine the amount of ulnar variance.[]

  • Systemic Scleroderma

    Abstract HLA in systemic scleroderma (PSS), including three familial cases, is reported. Three families in which one sister developed PSS and another sister suffered from either PSS (family 1), mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD) (family 2), or Sjögren's syndrome (SjS) (family 3) were described. The elder sister in[…][]

  • Holt Oram Syndrome

    Often, these wrist bone abnormalities can be detected only by x-ray.[] All people with Holt-Oram syndrome have an abnormality in a wrist bone (carpal bones), which can often only be detected by X-ray.[] At least one abnormality in the bones of the wrist (carpal bones) is present in affected individuals.[]

  • Carpal Instability

    Fracture displacement and carpal instability were documented in patients by abnormal x-rays showing fragment displacement, abnormal scapholunate and radiolunate angles, etc[] We concluded that intercarpal ligamentous instability is consistently present and, therefore, the critical factor in wrists with ununited scaphoid fractures.[]

  • Puberty Delayed

    X-r of the left hand and wrist. An X-ray of the hand can estimate your child's bone age. With delayed puberty, bone age is often delayed relative to the calendar age.[] We can use this a bone age X-ray (of the hand and wrist) to see how mature the bones are.[] These check for chromosomal abnormalities, measure hormone levels, and test for chronic disorders that may delay puberty (such as diabetes and anemia).[]

  • Ligament Tear

    These x-rays may show gapping or abnormal angulation that only occurs during activities, but not when the wrist is at rest.[] To perform stress x-rays, the athlete simple makes a tight fist for one x-ray, then bends the wrist forcefully towards the small finger for another x-ray, then bends the wrist[] The physician may also order an x-ray during which your fingers are gently pulled on.[]

  • Tenosynovitis of the Wrist

    The wrist x-ray may not show any abnormality, except chronic cases with sequel.[] X-rays do not show tendons but may be ordered to exclude other problems with the bones or joints.[] Ultrasonography showed a synovial cyst in the wrist. Plain X -rays revealed no abnormal findings in bone, joint, and soft tissue.[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 6

    Individuals with Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome may be described as having ‘dysostosis multiplex’ a group of skeletal abnormalities that can be seen on x-ray examination.[] These abnormalities include thickened, short bones of the palm of the hands (metacarpals), underdeveloped (hypoplastic) and irregular wrist bones (carpal bones), abnormal[]

  • Hereditary Corneal Dystrophy

    The fundus was not clearly seen but. no gross abnormality was detected. The VDRL was negative. X-rays of skull, wrist, and chest were normal.[]

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