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Salter-Harris injuries of the distal phalanx of the fingers in young volleyball players may at first appear to be the result of acute direct trauma.
In this article, we report the successful treatment of the amputation neuroma of the distal phalanx with the microsurgical distal second toe transfer.
Each digital artery dives into the pulp at the distal phalanx level, giving off a branch parallel to the paronychium.
We present the case of a 32 year old GP who unwittingly deployed an epinephrine pen into the palmar aspect of her distal phalanx of her right thumb.
Radiologic images showed rapid growth and lytic destruction of the bone of the distal phalanx (Figure, A and B).

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