100 Part I Chapter 4 Figure 2 Eighteen-year-oldmale patient with pain 2 years after conservative treatment of scaphoid fracture. T1-weighted MRI with intravenous contrast (A) showmissing contrast enhancement in the proximal pole of the scaphoid (arrow). Planar late phase image (B), SPECT (E), and SPECT/CT (D) of the wrist show increased uptake in the distal part of the scaphoid (arrows). CT (C) and SPECT/CT (D) show sclerosis of the proximal fragment (arrows). Bone grafting was performed with screw (arrow) as shown in the postoperative CT (F).