If you're between the ages of 20 and 40, you're more likely to develop carpal boss. It affects both men and women equally. You will notice a hard, bony lump on the back of your wrist. It may be painful and tender or have no pain associated with it. It usually occurs on one wrist, but some people have them on both wrists.
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