Hand trauma due to punching a wall
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Transverse fracture is seen at the neck of the 5th metacarpal bone with slightly palmar angulation of the distal segment. There is no apparent intra-articular extension of the fracture. Adjacent soft tissue thickening noted.
No other concomitant fractures seen.
Typical case of Boxer's fracture, as a transverse fracture of 5th metacarpal neck.