Isolated triquetral body fracture
Wrist pain after trauma 2 days ago.
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Non-displaced isolated fracture and edema of the body of the triquetrum bone is present.
Bone edema of the pisiform and fourth metacarpal bone are also seen.
Radiocarpal joint effusion is is noted.
Triquetral fractures are the second commonest carpal bone fractures, after the scaphoid. Fractures generally occur through the dorsal surface of the bone rather than the body.