Neck of radius fracture
Fall on outstretched hand (FOOSH).
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The anterior and posterior sail signs, in this case, set off a search for a culprit fracture in the setting of trauma. In the adult setting, the most frequent site is the proximal radius at the head or the neck of the radius. Careful scrutiny of the oblique projection reveals a minimally displaced fracture through the neck of the radius.