Wrist triangle cartilage extrusion test
The wrist triangle cartilage extrusion test is to continuously impact the hand to the ulnar small head to check whether the pain occurs, for the diagnosis of the cartilage damage of the triangle, can consider the damage of the triangular cartilage, the ulnar styloid fracture. The wrist triangle cartilage extrusion test is not suitable for the crowd, relax when checking, actively face and cooperate with the inspection.Basic Information
Specialist classification: growth and development check classification: physical examination
Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fastingAnalysis results:
Negative: No pain was found in the collision.
The hand will be continually collided in the direction of the ulna. If the pain caused by the ulnar side is positive, the damage of the triangular cartilage and the fracture of the ulnar styloid process should be considered.
The test result was negative: no pain was found in the collision.Clinical significance
Abnormal results: The test result is positive, and the hand will continue to collide with the small head of the ulna. If the pain caused by the ulnar side is positive, the damage of the triangular cartilage and the fracture of the ulnar styloid process should be considered.
People who need to be examined: people with abnormal pain in their wrists.Positive results may be diseases: stenotic tenosynovitis of the sacral styloid process, fracture of the sacral styloid process, humerus, ulnar styloid process, scapular tube syndrome
Taboo before inspection: no special contraindications.
Requirements for inspection: Check the feelings of relaxation, should face positively, and actively cooperate with the inspection.Inspection process
The patient is sitting, the examiner holds the lower end of the forearm in one hand, and the other hand grips the hand, so that the wrist is flexed while the ruler is biased, and then the hand is continuously collided toward the ulnar head.Not suitable for the crowd
Inappropriate crowd: None.Adverse reactions and risks