A 47-year-old man fell on his outstretched right hand while rollerblading. Several days later, he…

A 47-year-old man fell on his outstretched right hand while rollerblading. Several days later, he develops right wrist pain below his thumb that is constant and progressive. Pain is primarily in the area of the anatomical snuffbox and is worse with wrist flexion, extension, and ulnar deviation. On examination, the anatomical snuffbox is tender to palpation with mild swelling. The Finkelstein test is negative. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis? a. Cervical radiculopathy b. Scaphoid fracture c. Compartment syndrome d. de Quervain disease e. Boxer’s fracture

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