Curr Sports Med Rep 2021 Jun;20(6):312-318
Department of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PUERTO RICO.
Abstract: Ulnar-sided wrist injuries are common in sports that require repeated pronosupination, wrist radial/ulnar deviation, axial loading, and gripping equipment. Common anatomic structures affected include the triangular fibrocartilage complex, extensor carpi ulnaris tendon, distal radioulnar and ulnocarpal joints, and hamate bone. Presenting symptoms include pain with activity, swelling, possible snapping or clicking, and reproduction of symptoms with provocative maneuvers. Read More