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Instabilities of the carpus 

Instabilities of the carpus
Instabilities of the carpus

David Lawrie

, Chris Little

, and Ian McNab

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date: 20 September 2021

Most injuries occur in hyperextension

The force vector and size dictates the injury

History and x-rays still prevail in diagnosis

Classification has helped choose management

Instability often associated with poor bone healing.

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