The ulnocarpal stress test in the diagnosis of ulnar-sided wrist pain.

@article{Nakamura1997TheUS,
  title={The ulnocarpal stress test in the diagnosis of ulnar-sided wrist pain.},
  author={Rieko Nakamura and Emiko Horii and Toshihiko Imaeda and Etsuhiro Nakao and H. Ogata H. Kato and Kazuko Watanabe},
  journal={Journal of hand surgery},
  year={1997},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={719-23}
}
Forty-five patients with persistent ulnar-sided wrist pain and a positive ulnocarpal stress test were investigated by X-ray, arthrography, 99mTechnetium bone scanning, magnetic resonance imaging and wrist arthroscopy. Ulnar wrist pathology was positively identified in nine of 45 patients by X-ray, 18 of 37 by arthrography, 19 of 27 by bone scan, four of 33 by MRI, and in all 45 patients by arthroscopy. The final diagnosis was ulnocarpal abutment syndrome in 28 patients, traumatic triangular… CONTINUE READING