22-year-old male complaining of right thumb pain

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22-year-old male complaining of right thumb pain since injury 5 days ago.

SCOUT T1 T2 AXIAL T1 STIR COR T2 SAG.

  • The bones are in anatomic alignment. The bone marrow signal is normal. No occult fracture stress fracture or bone contusion.
  • The joint spaces are preserved. No marginal spurring periarticular erosions or subchondral cysts noted.
  • Tear of the ulnar collateral ligament of the metacarpophalangeal joint seen with proximal retraction with evidence of Stener lesion.
  • The visualized tendons are intact. No tendinopathy or tear.
  • The visualized muscles are intact without hemorrhage tear or strain. No soft tissue mass.
  • Tear of the ulnar collateral ligament of the metacarpophalangeal joint with proximal retraction. Stener lesion with entrapment

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Diagnosis Definitions

Stener Lesion

Neuroradiology,

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