Ulnar-sided wrist impaction and impingement syndromes

Last revised by Dr Daniel J Bell on 26 Feb 2021

There are several distinct ulnar-sided wrist impaction and impingement syndromes. Underlying anatomical causes exist for each syndrome, however, repetitive or excessive use of the forearm and wrist can also contribute.

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Cases and figures

  • Case 1: type II lunate with hamatolunate impingement
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