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Elbow, Wrist and Hand Conditions and Injuries
Injuries and Pathologies of the Elbow, Wrist and Hand
The most common fracture of the extreme distal of the radius is the one affecting the Colles bone, usually due to a direct fall on the hand in hyperextension.
Distal humerus fracture
The fractures of the distal humerus are typical of childhood but may also occur in adults. They are mostly caused by indirect trauma.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
This syndrome is produced by a mechanical conflict between container and content inside the carpal channel.
The scaphoid fractures are the most frequent among those of carpal bones (almost 90% of the total). They usually occur as a result of a hyperextensional fall ...
The most frequent traumatic mechanism is falling on the hand in extension and extra-rotation, that which leads to the sprain of the capsular structures.
After the shoulder, the elbow is the joint that dislocates more often, and in less than ten years old children it is the most common of all.
Radial head fracture
Among all the fractures of the elbow, the radial head appears involved in 20% of the cases.
Distortion of the fingers
The ligament lesions of the phalanx articulations are normally of first or second degree and affect more frequently the fourth and fifth finger, the most vulnerable ones.
Epicondylitis (Tennis elbow)
Epicondylitis is a typical painful syndrome that in most of the cases recognizes an overload pathogenesis and frequently affects tennis players, golfers, baseball players and fencers.