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Hand

A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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It may range from mild degree, such as sensoiy loss over the hands (grade 1 deformity) to a very severe degree such as complete claw hand and desorption of fingers (grade 2 deformity].
Our patient had paraesthesia in the 4th and 5th fingers, however, no muscular atrophy or claw hand deformity was observed.
9) Therefore, keeping pace with current research, it is very important that the adaptive shortening of the long flexors in claw hands should be redefined.
3,6] Claw hand was the most common deformity detected by us which is similar to other studies.
The overall rate of motor nerve disabilities and severe visual impairment was 29% with a number of treated patients having persistent disabilities, including claw hand, foot drop and severe visual impairment.
Diana has even managed to rid herself of her famous claw hand movements, which she became known for in X Factor.
The evil eyes, claw hand and stone heart could not be manufactured.
Hamza, who is half-blind and has a claw hand after he was wounded in fighting in Afghanistan, is the leader of the Supporters of Sharia Muslim group and came to prominence in 1999 when five Britons of Pakistani origin were convicted in Yemen.