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Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.3 Wrist and carpus
Case 6.3.12 Foreign bodies


Foreign bodies:
Glass splinter anterior of the ulnar artery with the tip in the ulnar nerve distal to Gyons tunnel
Foreign bodies:
Multiple glass fragments in the subcutaneous tissues of the hand
Foreign bodies:
Glass injury with glass fragments in the thenar muscle
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter (broken) in the thenar muscle
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter in the thenar muscle (visibility depends on transducer angulation)
Foreign bodies:
Small splinter (a few mms) with a broken tip in the periphery of the thenar muscle
Foreign bodies:
Large wooden splinter anterior of the flexor tendons
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter anterior of the flexor tendons in the palm of the hand
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter anterior of the flexor tendons with inflammatory reaction
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter underneath the flexor tendon proximal to the MCP joint with signs of inflammation
Foreign bodies:
Glass splinter
Foreign bodies:
Osteosynthesis with screws penetrating through the dorsal cortex. One screw penetrates the extensor carpi radialis brevis tendon
Foreign bodies:
Glass splinter anterior of the ulnar artery with the tip in the ulnar nerve distal to Gyons tunnel
Foreign bodies:
Multiple glass fragments in the subcutaneous tissues of the hand
Foreign bodies:
Glass injury with glass fragments in the thenar muscle
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter (broken) in the thenar muscle
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter in the thenar muscle (visibility depends on transducer angulation)
Foreign bodies:
Small splinter (a few mms) with a broken tip in the periphery of the thenar muscle
Foreign bodies:
Large wooden splinter anterior of the flexor tendons
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter anterior of the flexor tendons in the palm of the hand
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter anterior of the flexor tendons with inflammatory reaction
Foreign bodies:
Wooden splinter underneath the flexor tendon proximal to the MCP joint with signs of inflammation
Foreign bodies:
Glass splinter
Foreign bodies:
Osteosynthesis with screws penetrating through the dorsal cortex. One screw penetrates the extensor carpi radialis brevis tendon
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