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Ch. 20 Wrist and Hand
Anatomy 27 bones in the hand and wrist Nerves Medial Ulnar Radial Flexor and extensor tendon for each finger
Carpals Scaphoid Lunate Triquetral Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate Hamate
Carpals Scaphoid-Sally Lunate-Likes Triquetral-To Pisiform-Party Trapezium-Trooper Trapezoid-Taylor Capitate-Can Hamate-Hit
Flexors Flexor Carpi Radialis Flexor Carpi Ulnaris Palmaris Longus Extensors Extensor Carpi Radialis Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Supinator Pronator Teres and Pronator Quadratus
Dislocations Displacement of any bone from normal position Subluxation: abnormal movement of one of the bones that constitutes a joint
Colles’ Fracture Fracture of the distal radius or ulna just above the wrist From falling on outstretched hand Splint and refer to doctor
Boxer’s Fracture Fracture to the 5 th metacarpal Most commonly seen in someone who has punched something solid
Mallet Finger Occurs when a ball strikes the tip of the finger Also known as baseball finger Tearing of extensor tendon
Jersey Finger Occurs when grabbing a jersey Tearing of flexor tendon Treatment usually involves surgery
Boutonniere Deformity Caused by blow to bent finger or arthritis The proximal interphalangeal joint is in flexion and the distal interphalangeal joint is in hyperextension
Scaphoid Fracture Pain over anatomic snuffbox Common fracture in athletics Fall on outstretched hand Not well vascularized
Contusions Subungual hematoma- bleeding under the nail Pain is from the pressure created Puncture nail to relieve pressure
Gamekeeper’s Thumb Sprain of ulnar collateral ligament of the metacarpophalangeal joint Common in skiing Use special test to diagnose Tape and protect
deQuervain’s Tenosynovitis Inflammation of the extensor pollicus brevis and abductor pollicus longus Use signs and symptoms to diagnosis Special test Treat with RICE or cortisone shot
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel is a passageway that runs from the forearm through the wrist Median nerve runs through CTS occurs when linings of tendons are inflamed or ligaments thicken
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome S/S: pain, numbness, tingling in wrist, hand, and fingers May drop objects Usually caused by overuse Phalan’s Test Treat conservatively, surgery if needed
Ganglion Cyst Ganglion cyst is a small, usually hard lump around a tendon or in a joint capsule Common in bowlers, tennis players Usually on back of wrist Resolves on its own
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