MRI NEWSLETTER: Flexor Pulley Injury in Rock Climbers
Posted April 4, 2017
Injuries are most common in rock climbing and other sports resulting in a forced extension of a flexed finger. Approximately 30% of all hand injuries in rock climbers are pulley injuries. Findings on MRI include; focal discontinuity of pulley fibres, bowstringing – increased gap between the flexor tendon and volar surface of the phalanx, edema superficial and deep to pulley, fluid within tendon sheath.
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By Dr. William Renner
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