Trispiral tomography for the evaluation of wrist problems.

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Trispiral tomography is an x-ray technique that is essential in the diagnosis and management of a wide variety of problems involving the carpal bones and their joints. It facilitates the visualization of acute fractures, particularly those of the scaphoid and hook of the hamate, as well as cysts, sclerosis, and erosive lesions. It is useful in… (More)

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@article{Posner1988TrispiralTF, title={Trispiral tomography for the evaluation of wrist problems.}, author={Martin A. Posner and Adam Greenspan}, journal={The Journal of hand surgery}, year={1988}, volume={13 2}, pages={175-81} }