Palmar longitudinal scan of PIP joint
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The patient sites, hand supinated, arm supported. The probe is placed longitudinally on the palmar surface of the proximal interphalangeal joint. Skin, subcutaneous tissues, the second flexor tendon, proximal phalynx on the left, and middle phalynx on the right are visualised.
Palmar longitudinal scan of DIP joint
Watch our video of the palmar longitudinal hand scan of the DIP joint. Flexor digitorum profundis insertion, middle phalynx and distal phalynx are visualised.
Hand and wrist pain
Hand and wrist pain is very common and usually doesn’t have a serious cause. Learn about treatments, exercises and other ways to manage hand and wrist pain.