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Left ball-like wrist bone (ulna bone?) got "bigger" than the one in the right wrist. Nothing moves, no pain, it seems just bone. Possible causes?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Doctor can evaluate

If the end of the bone looks and feels bigger, without any pain or other symptoms, nor a history of trauma, then a primary care doctor can evaluate and check for a joint problem. He may consider doing an x-ray to see if there is a bone cyst or bone tumor there.

In brief: Doctor can evaluate

If the end of the bone looks and feels bigger, without any pain or other symptoms, nor a history of trauma, then a primary care doctor can evaluate and check for a joint problem. He may consider doing an x-ray to see if there is a bone cyst or bone tumor there.
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