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If there is any bruise
or other complication at the past TFCC injury
, it should be detected as early as possible to do good the cause. Plain radiography
may not be able to detect it. You need to have n arthrography
X-ray taken ( dye has to be injected at the wrist).
Take NSAIDS to get temporary relief from pain and inflammation. Get clinically examined, you may need corticosteroid injections urgently. It is important to assess the extent of injury, torn ligaments, blood supply problem, bone fracture
, degree of wrist instability ( motion and strength ), nerve compression, etc.
Your treatment will depend upon the diagnosis, whether you need a surgery/graft or the acute trauma can be made well by simple manipulation. Neglect may lead to symptoms getting worst.
Co-operate with the treating doctor, take care.