Multiple injuries of wrist or hand can be caused by a variety of mechanisms, including direct trauma from a fall or a blow to the arm, sports-related injuries, repetitive motions, or occupational stress.
Diagnosis of multiple injuries of wrist or hand is done through physical examination, X-rays, and other imaging tests, such as CT scans or MRIs, to determine the extent of the injury.
Differential diagnosis includes carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, arthritis, and other musculoskeletal disorders.
Treatment for multiple injuries of wrist or hand may include rest, immobilization of the affected area, physical therapy, and medications. Surgery may also be necessary if the injury is severe or if the condition is not improving with conservative treatment.
The prognosis for multiple injuries of wrist or hand depends on the severity of the injury and the type of treatment. In most cases, the prognosis is good with appropriate treatment and rehabilitation.