This 55-year-old female presents with right ulnar region mass.
(QUIZ ANSWER) IN THIS CASE, THERE IS EVIDENCE OF AN ULNAR ARTERY ANEURYSM:
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No aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm of the ulnar artery is identified.
A small deep ulnar sided pseudocyst lies immediately palmar to the TFC ulnotriquetral attachment and is 5mm in diameter and could be the source of a palpable mass.
A similar but slightly more conspicuous ganglion pseudocyst is identified on the radial side with a small tail headed towards the ulnar capsule.
Scaphomultangular and 1st carpal-metacarpal joint arthrosis with insufficiency of the beak ligament is noted.
1. No evidence of ulnar artery aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm.
2. The hook of the hamate is intact.
3. Small pseudocysts or ganglion pseudocyst on the ulnar side and small but slightly larger ganglion pseudocyst on the radial side.
4. Radial-sided scaphomultangular and 1st CMC arthrosis.
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Content reviewed: September 28, 2021