Fluid in distal radioulnar joint of a 33-year-old female volunteer. a Coronal fat-suppressed T2-weighted image (TR/TE 4 000/64 Eff) shows fluid in the distal radioulnar joint (arrow) without evidence of a perforation in the triangular fibrocartilage. b Coronal gradient echo image of normal-appearing triangular fibrocartilage (TR/TE/flip 40/20/10) (arrow)
A joint effusion was present at the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ)
in 11 volunteers (37%, 95% CI: 19–54%) (Fig. 10 ).
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