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Gamekeepers thumb is a condition in which the ulnar collateral ligament (ucl) in the thumb is strained or torn, leading to pain, swelling, and weakness. The injury is usually due to acute force placed on the middle thumb joint, and commonly occurs when a person attempts to break a fall with his or her hand. What is skiersgamekeepers thumb? Skiers thumb, also known as gamekeepers thumb, is an injury to the ulnar collateral ligament (ucl), which is located in the metacarpophalangeal (mcp) joint where the thumb meets the hand. The purpose of the ucl is to keep the thumb stable in order to pinch objects. An injury to the ucl can be painful and result in a loss of function and pinch strength. Gamekeepers thumb is avulsion or rupture of the ulnar collateral ligament (ucl) of the thumb. It is essentially synonymous with skiers thumb, although the latter has more of an acute injury connotation. The term skiers thumb is commonly used when there is an acute, forceful abduction of the thumb as when a skier falls without letting go of the ski pole. The injury may also be the result of falling on an outstretched thumb or catching a ball with an outstretched thumb. The name gamekeeperss thumb is an older one, and comes from the action of gamekeepers to snap the necks of rabbits and small pest animals, which mimics the action of squeezing a racket or ski handle.