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We report a 56-year-old patient with acute wrist trauma. He presented with painful swelling in the area of the anatomical snuff box of the right hand. Plain radiograms revealed a scaphoid fracture ( Figure 1 ). However, the patient reported a history of repeat wrist trauma in the past years. Concerning the appearance of the fracture in the plain radiogram it was not definitely clear, whether this is a recent or an old fracture. Therefore, an MR examination was done to differentiate between olddoi:10.15761/gii.1000111 fatcat:d45rdo5pvrbsrhovjs5hscigp4