Describe your assessment for this patient (ulnar collateral ligament sprain versus Bennett fracture).

1. A 31-year-old pregnant woman complains of pain in the right hand with a duration of 3 months. The pain awakens her at night and is relieved only by vigorous rubbing of her hand and motion of the fingers and wrist. There is some tingling in the index and middle fingers. Describe your assessment for this patient (carpal tunnel syndrome versus lunate subluxation).

2. A 16-year-old girl comes to you complaining of thumb pain. She was skiing during the weekend and fell, landing on her ski pole. She hurt her thumb when she fell. Describe your assessment for this patient (ulnar collateral ligament sprain versus Bennett fracture).

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