Atypical bone infarct of the scaphoid
History of hand trauma several years before. Intractable wrist pain.
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Posttraumatic intercarpal osteoarthritis with osteophytosis. Geographic lesion in the scaphoid with central fat signal and peripheral oedema, suggesting a bone infarct.
Posttraumatic avascular necrosis typically involves the proximal portion of the scaphoid. A bone infarct in the mid-portion is rather unusual.