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Characteristics of wounds, surgeries, and outcomes n Level of internal amputation Distal phalanx 6 Distal and middle phalanx 42 Ray 28 Initial wound status Acute 31 Chronic 46 Initial wound localization Distal toe tip 18 Interphalangeal joint area 6 Proximal interphalangeal joint area 25 MP joint area 27 Distribution of lesions First toe 14 Second toe 12 Third toe 12 Fourth toe 13 Fifth toe 25 Complications and outcomes Wound dehiscence 11 Infection of surgical wound 4 Ulcer relapse 3 Ulcer occurrence in contralateral foot 6
An example of the PPG waveform in the ROI placed in the distal phalanx of the precooled finger is shown in Figure 2c.
The rotation and/or sinking of the distal phalanx may occur, secondarily, as a result of the weight down force of the animal and the pull exerted by the deep digital flexor tendon (POLLITT, 1996).
This patient has Jersey finger, caused by a traumatic avulsion of the flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) from the distal phalanx and diagnosed based on the mechanism of injury and the patient's inability to flex the DIP joint.
In type I and II, the distal phalanx is split longitudinally and a central wedge is excised.
Congenital dorsally curving deformity of the distal phalanx of the little finger: case report.
2) showed destruction of the distal phalanx with adjacent soft tissue swelling, and of the right elbow showed soft tissue swelling over the lateral aspect with possible cortical destruction of the lateral epicondyle (Fig.
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.
Fractures of the distal phalanx are often associated with nail, nail bed and crush injuries and therefore this should formulate part of the initial assessment.
Currently, to the best of our knowledge, there is no known published case of stress fracture of the distal phalanx of toes, in ballet dancers or elsewhere in the population.
3u]: The distal phalanx of third finger, complete epiphyseal union.
The insertion was usual to the distal aspect of the base of the distal phalanx.

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