Positive ulnar variance
Long-standing discomfort of right wrist. Previous history of De Quervain tenosynovitis and symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Bilateral positive ulnar variance. Asymptomatic hand for comparison. No signs of ulnar abutment.
Normal anatomical variation of ulnar length. Possible complications include ulnar abutment of the lunate bone and TFCC degeneration.