This case involves a 28-year-old male patient who underwent an IV infiltration at a radiology clinic prior to having imaging. In the process of having a CT scan with contrast, the contrast extravasated into the patient’s left hand. The patient noted severe swelling and pain and notified the technologist. Once the technologist was notified, the patient was sent to the emergency room. The patient was then urgently sent to the operating room where he had a fasciotomy due to compartment syndrome in the left hand with a carpal tunnel release. Following the surgery, the patient was put on a 5-pound lift, push, and pull restriction for his left hand.