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Bones Fall on outstretched hand; which bone affected?

Which bone on the plain film below is most likely fractured when falling on an outstretched hand?

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A. A
B. G
C. EF
D. HI
E. M
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I go with c
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I go with M...the fracture of the hook of hamate which mite damage the ulnar nerve.
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C distal radius #
if wrist bones only i guess it would be scaphoid#
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Ill go with C.....distal radius fracture- colles fracture- most commonly seen in osteoporosis
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C: EF

whats arrow showing?
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i will go with C.
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I will go with C. scaphoid fracture and colles fracture common on injuries on outstretched hand
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I go for C... lets wait for the answer...
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Which bone on the plain film below is most likely fractured when falling on an outstretched hand?

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A. A
B. G
C. EF
D. HI
E. M
Yes scaphoid (C) and distal radius indeed.
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pz answer...coz kaplan says fall on outstreched hand fractures M..
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c is the correct
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Yup scaphoid bone it is ef in d xray
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EXPLANATION: The scaphoid (EF) is the most frequently fractured bone of the hand. Other labeled structures are as follows: A, ulna; G, lunate; H, triquetrum; I, pisiform; B, ulna styloid process; C, radius; D, radial styloid process; E, scaphoid; F, tubercle of scaphoid; J, trapezium; K, trapezoid; L, capitate; M, hook of hamate; N, first metacarpal; O, first proximal phalange; P, first distal phalanges; Q, sesamoid bones; R, third proximal phalange; S, third middle phalange; and T, third distal phalange.
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