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Right Wrist: There is a stage III (Watson) SLAC wrist pattern. Advanced change of osteoarthritis are seen at the articulation between the distal radius and scaphoid with a large subchondral cyst in the scaphoid bone. Calcification is seen in the triangular fibrocartilage and over the dorsum of the wrist. Mild changes of osteoarthritis are present at the first CMC joint.
In the absence of a history of trauma from the patient, appearances are typical for a CPPD arthropathy.