Volar Subluxation

Volar Subluxation: Contrast the appearance of fluid in the dorsal tenosynovial sheath in the previous picture with the “dinner fork” wrist seen in this picture. This arises from chronic inflammation in the wrist followed by damage and volar subluxation of the carpal bones on the distal radius and ulna. (Image Credit: Ms. Nancy Roper)

Contrast the appearance of fluid in the dorsal tenosynovial sheath in the previous picture with the “dinner fork” wrist seen in this picture. This arises from chronic inflammation in the wrist followed by damage and volar subluxation of the carpal bones on the distal radius and ulna. (Image Credit: Ms. Nancy Roper)