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The forearm squeeze test to identify a congenitally nonfunctioning flexor pollicis longus tendon
(WB Saunders, 2013)
A 9-year-old boy had limited flexion of the left thumb interphalangeal joint and absence of the interphalangeal joint crease. Magnetic resonance imaging suggested an absent flexor pollicis longus (FPL) tendon. However, ...
Case report of a very large skin tag in an unusual location that grew rapidly during pregnancy
Skin tags/acrochorda are very common fibrous skin lesions that are usually skin-colored, have a folded surface and often a stalk, and range in size from several millimeters to, rarely, many centimeters. Herein, we report ...