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A 32-year-old professional baseball player presents with wrist pain after a fall on his outstretched wrist 10 days ago. He initially thought it was a sprain, but presents due to continued pain worsened by push-ups. His physical exam shows dorsal wrist tenderness and is positive for the provocative test shown in Figure V. Standard PA radiograph of the wrist is normal. Which of the following radiographic views shown in Figures A to E would be most helpful in establishing the diagnosis?
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HPI - FOOSH injury 4 months ago.
What is the correct diagnosis?
HPI - 52-year-old female presents with left wrist pain since a fall at work 4 months ago.
The pain is exacerbated by extremes of motion.
Associated with wrist clicking in extension.
Prior to referral to a hand specialist a trial of nonoperative treatment was attempted but did not lead to significant improvement.
After a period of several months of nonoperative treatment patient continued with pain and mechanical clicking during wrist motion & gripping
What further imaging after radiographs, if any, would you order on this patient?