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Wrist sprain

Introduction: Wrist sprain

Description of Wrist sprain

Wrist sprain (medical condition): Damage to ligaments in the wrist....more »

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Wrist sprain as a Disease

Wrist sprain (medical condition): See Wrist sprain (disease information).
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Wrist sprain: Related Diseases

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Wrist sprain: Article Excerpts

Sprains frequently occur at the wrist, typically when people fall and land on an outstretched hand. (Source: excerpt from Questions and Answers Sprains and Strains: NIAMS)

Sprains frequently occur at the wrist, typically when people fall and land on an outstretched hand... (Source: excerpt from Questions and Answers Sprains and Strains: NIAMS)

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