Wrist Fracture Evaluation with a Desktop Orthopedic Tomosynthesis System (PI: Daniel Nissman)

Purpose: The primary objective is to compare (using a reader study) the sensitivity of Tomo-E compared to radiography of the wrist in detecting wrist fractures.

Participants: Fifty patients that have undergone radiographic imaging of wrist for presumed or known scaphoid, wrist or distal radius fractures.

Procedures (methods):  This is a prospective, one arm, single center study of patients that have undergone radiographic imaging of wrist for presumed or known scaphoid, wrist or distal radius fractures to demonstrate the clinical utility of the investigational extremity tomosynthesis system (Tomo-E) for diagnosis of wrist injury.