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A, Radiograph taken 10 days after the injury. B, Coronal MRI scan after gadolinium enhancement. C, T1-weighted, fat-saturated MRI scan without contrast.

AAOS Now

Published 5/1/2010

What’s your Diagnosis?

In this feature, AAOS Now publishes a series of images, challenging readers to diagnose the condition depicted. Next month, we’ll publish the responses we receive.

The images for this month’s challenge were submitted by Stephen A. Albanese, MD. He provides the following patient information:

A, Radiograph taken 10 days after the injury. B, Coronal MRI scan after gadolinium enhancement. C, T1-weighted, fat-saturated MRI scan without contrast.

“The patient is a 14-year-old male who sustained a wrist injury. The images shown include a radiograph, taken 10 days after the injury, a T1-weighted, fat-saturated magnetic resonance image (MRI) without contrast, and a coronal MRI scan after gadolinium enhancement.”

What’s your diagnosis? E-mail your decision and rationale to aaoscomm@aaos.org