In a study of the dorsal arterial system of the hand, the radial artery divided into three branches between the base of first and second metacarpals in 84.6% specimens: the princeps pollicis artery, the first dorsal metacarpal artery, and the branch to the deep palmar
However, sonoelastography may provide information about the mechanical properties of palmar
fascia in addition to morphology and stage of involvement and it should be performed in conjunction with ultrasound examination for the diagnosis of DC.
In the sensory conduction study of the palmar
cutaneous nerve, lower limits for negative peak latency and conduction velocity were accepted to be 2.69 ms and 35 m/s, respectively (5).
Grip strength and tip and palmar
pinch strength and muscle mass of upper extremity in the dominant side were statistically greater than those of the non-dominant side.
When patient's history was explored it revealed that an asymptomatic oval-shaped lesion had appeared on the palmar
region of her hand 10 days earlier before the rashers started to appear on her body.
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Radius length was within 6 -13 mm (mean 10.4+-2.1), angulation was between 130 -230 (mean 20.1+- 2.6), palmar
tilt was between 10-50 in 54 patients.
Physical examination of bilateral little fingers showed palmar
and radial curving of the distal phalanges, more on the right side.
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Johnson, who has been fighting to save his training career, admitted to running a horse (Striking Article) that had undergone a palmar
neurectomy under his care, but claimed he was unaware of the rule prohibiting this.