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4th extensor compartment tenosynovitis

Case contributed by: Dr Maulik S Patel

Presentation:

Pain in dorsum of wrist - hand

Patient Data:

Gender: Female
Race: Indian/Pakistani
Modality: X-ray

Normal xray. No synovial calcification.

Modality: Ultrasound

Mild fluid is noted in 4th extensor tendon sheath as compared to asymptomatic side.

Case Discussion:

Features consistent of 4th extensor compartment tenosynovitis.

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