Volar plate

Palmar plate tear with a joint effusion and a hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate

Clinical information

Impaired function of the finger after trauma

Ultrasound Images & Clips

Palmar plate tear with a joint effusion and a hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate

Hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate
Hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate
Hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate
Hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate
Hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate
Hypoechoic cleft in the palmar plate
Normal palmar plate
Normal palmar plate

There is also an associated pulley rupture with increased distance between the bone and tendons

Increased distance between the bone and tendons longitudinal
Increased distance between the bone and tendons longitudinal
Increased distance between the bone and tendons longitudinal
Increased distance between the bone and tendons longitudinal
Increased distance between the bone and tendons transverse
Increased distance between the bone and tendons transverse

Details

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 46
  • Body part: Finger

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  • Hitachi Ultrasound System