Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 018: Scapholunate injuries

11 Jun

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More detail on the wrist and in particular the Terry Thomas sign and carpal instability. As always there’s much more going on in the x-ray than just the bones.

Please check out radiopaedia.org.

And some cases from the podcast.

http://radiopaedia.org/cases/scapholunate-dissociation

http://radiopaedia.org/cases/scapholunate-dissociation-1

http://radiopaedia.org/cases/lunate-dislocation

The big textbook I mentioned is Clinical Sports Medicine, available here. One of the lead authors, Karim Khan is even on Twitter and worth a follow.

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3 Replies to “Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 018: Scapholunate injuries

  1. Pingback: 266. Wrist Injuries | EM Three Sixty Five

  2. Andy recently reading stuff on the anatomy of the proximal carpal bones and undersatanding the importance of the lunate as the intercalated segment to the stability of the prox. carpal bones. Really fascinating stuff…sad I know. Gilly

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