Radiology Teaching Files > Case 78353

Contributed by: Dennis Bruce, Radiologist, USA.
Patient: male
History: Wrist pain.

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Findings: Central erosions at the 3rd dip joint. narrowing of the radiocarpal joint with ankylosis of the radius and lunate. right greater than left involvement.
Diagnosis: psoriatic arthritis.
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Case Number: 78353Last Updated: 05-05-2003
Anatomy: Skeletal System   Pathology: Non-Infectious Inflammatory Disease
Modality: Conventional RadiographExam Date: 05-05-2003Access Level: Readable by all users
Keywords: psoriasis seronegative arthropathy

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