Bony Enlargements in wrist joint and fingers is a classic symptom of the osteoarthritis of the wrist joint. It is also called as osteophytes or bone spurs.


Although bony enlargements occur mainly in OA but, these can also occur due to aging, injury, wear and tear or degenerative joint disease


The bony protuberances can be felt under the skin as thickened and extended area near joints and typically enlarge over time.

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