Fall on out stretched hand. Pain and swelling over the dorsum of the wrist. Fracture?
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Small well demarcated bony fragment with associated soft tissue swelling overlying the dorsum of the wrist.
No distal radius or ulna fracture.
The typical mechanism of injury and appearances for a triquetral fracture. This is the most common carpal bone fracture.
This is a check area on all trauma wrist films. It is a typical film to appear in the FRCR rapid reporting examination.