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A wrist sprain is an umbrella term used to describe an injury to the soft tissues of the wrist. Soft tissues include muscles, the joint capsule, ligaments and tendons. A wrist sprain can be a minor injury or it can be a very serious injury, depending upon which tissue has been injured, and how badly. 'Wrist sprain' doesn’t specify which exact tissue is injured, or how badly it is injured. The term is used to indicate that no bones appear to be broken, but this can trick people into thinking that it’s not a serious injury, which can be misleading. 

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