SLAC wrist and distal radius fracture
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Conditions R, SLAC wrist and distal radius fracture. Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 22 Mar 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-28939
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24 Apr 2014
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Fall. Painful wrist and hand.
From the case: SLAC wrist and distal radius fracture
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Probable undisplaced fracture through the radial styloid, extending into the radiocarpal joint.
Deformity involving the scaphoid likely relates to old trauma.
Widening of the scapho-lunate joint space, with proximal migration of the capitate compatible with SLAC wrist.
Appearances of the carpus (SLAC wrist) are chronic. The distal radius fracture is acute.
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