Kienböck’s Disease


When your wrist is painful, swollen and weak, the most likely cause is carpal tunnel syndrome, a small cyst, arthritis or repetitive stress from playing too many golf or tennis games. But sometimes it can be from less common causes. There’s a chance that it could be a condition you’ve probably never heard of, called Kienböck’s disease.

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