Normal wrist alignment
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This is normal wrist radiograph. With the standard angels measured to assess for 'anatomical alignment'
Case: Andrew Dixon, rID: 36685
When a wrist radiograph is considered 'normal' not only is there an absence of fracture and uniform join spaces, there is a variety of measurements that deem it automatically aligned.
These measurements are used to not only quantify the severity of a deformity, but they are an indicator of stability and outcomes.