Trauma X-ray - Upper limb
Tutorial conclusion

Key points

  • Many injuries to the upper limb visible on X-ray have characteristic appearances according to the region injured and mechanism of injury
  • All images available should be viewed with reference to clinical findings

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This tutorial has highlighted many of the important bone and joint injuries commonly encountered in the upper limb.

The general principles of viewing musculoskeletal X-rays must be adhered to and the X-ray must be considered in the light of clinical findings.

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Last reviewed: July 2019