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A 10-year-old girl presented to the emergency department after her younger brother jumped and sat on her left forearm. She had moderate pain over her left wrist.
On examination, the wrist looked deformed with volar shift of the hand relative to the long axis of the forearm and marked prominence of the ulna dorsally (figure 1).
The wrist was minimally swollen with mild tenderness over …
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