The following Conditions are related to Wrists
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- Keratosis palmoplantaris transgradiens of siemens
Keratosis planopilaris transgrediens of siemens is a genodermatosis characterized by hyperkeratosis. Initially, keratosis begins on the palm and soles and spreads to the dorsal aspects of hands, fingers, and feet as well as flexor aspects of wrists and heels. The skin manifestations set in by the age of 3 to 5 years. abnormal expression of structural proteins involved in the skin is the cause of the condition. Ris Read More
Kienbock Disease is an acquired bone disorder. Abnormalities of the lunate bone in the wrist develops following an injury or inflammation. Recurrent pain and stiffness occur in conjunction with thickening, swelling and tenderness in soft tissue overlying the lunate bone. The range of motion in the wrist may become limited. Read More