Danielle Campagne reviews how to read a normal x-ray of the hand and wrist, the key fractures and injury patterns to looks for, and how to treat them. Greg Hendey, Stuart Swadron, and Jenny Farah discuss.

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Ryan S. -

you should mention volar plate injuries after dislocation. They are very common and can be seen on xray and need referral to hand surgery.

Ryan S. -

checking the pinky for rotation when held in flexion on exam for 5th MC fracture is important.

Greg M. -

I use a single unfolded 4X4 sponge for traction when reducing a finger fracture. Very grippy.

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