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Digit IV (the smaller, outer toe) consists of 5 phalanges and 4 interphalangeal joints.
Necrosis and infection involving subcutaneous tissue, phalanges, and interphalangeal and metatarsophalangeal joints were observed during wound debridement, and a partial internal ray amputation of the first toe was performed.
the 3rd phalanges and hairs of a bear, comes from the major Iron Age cemetery areas in south-eastern Fennoscandia: southern, eastern, and western Finland, and the Karelian Isthmus.
Management of skeletal giant cell tumour of the phalanges of the hand.
Bilateral incurving of the terminal phalanges of the fifth fingers (osteochondrosis?
This fracture pattern also mimics Saymours' fracture, but it is caused by direct trauma to the distal phalanges physis, resulting in an open fracture.
4 Put your left phalanges in, put your left phalanges out,
Most common pattern is seen in group 1 (2-3-4-5) (54%) in which hair was present on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th hand 5th phalanges.
The occurrence of Osteochondroma in the small long bones of Hands and feet are rare, usually secondary osteochondromas are seen in phalanges and the main cause of formation of secondary osteochondromas is Trauma.