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Clinical features of the fingers, thumb, hand, and wrist. pp. 138-139
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Fracture and dislocation of the posterior lip of the distal radius

Barton's fracture

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Most common type of primary malignant tumor occurring in bone

multiple myeloma

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Reduction in the quantity of bone or atrophy of skeletal tissue

osteoporosis

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Sprain or tear of the ulnar collateral ligament

Skier's thumb

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An abnormality of the cartilage affecting long bones

Achondroplasia

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Transverse fracture extending through the distal aspect of the metacarpal neck, most often the 5th metacarpal

Boxer's fracture

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Hereditary condition marked by abnormally dense bone

osterpetrosis

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Transverse fracture of the distal radius with posterior displacement of the distal fragment

Colles' Fracture

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osteoarthritis

Narrowing of joint space with periosteal growths on the joint margins

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bursitis

Fluid filled joint space with possible calcification

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Carpal tunnel syndrome

Possible calcification in the carpal sulcus

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Osteomyelitis

Soft tissue swelling and loss of fat-pad detail visibility

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osteopetrosis

mixed areas of sclerotic and cortical thickening along with radiolucent lesions

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What is the exposure factor adjustment for Advanced Paget's Disease

increase

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What is the exposure factor adjustment for Joint effusion

None

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What is the exposure factor adjustment for Advanced Rheumatoid Arthritis

decrease

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What is the exposure factor adjustment for Osteoporosis

decrease

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What is the exposure factor adjustment for Osteopetrosis

increase

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What is the exposure factor adjustment for bursitis

none