Season 8 Case 13

Season 8 Nov 8, 2019

History: Hand pain following MVA

Case 13 Answer: Lunate dislocation

What is dislocated? The LUNATE is dislocated, 

Frontal: pizza pie sign - ie lunate looks like a triangle

Lateral: distal concavity of the lunate usually moves towards and rotates to the palm, thus it is out of alignment with the radius, lunate and capitate




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