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Case studies are posted regularly and the moderators response follows a few days after a case is posted. Please feel free to post your ideas we may find you have a better answer than the moderator!

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A Dime a Dozen - 11/11/2008
What is the problem in this hand?

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11/13/2008
Dave
Possible ulnar nerve laceration.
11/13/2008
Anonymous
median/ulnar nerve palsy
11/13/2008
Anonymous
cellulitis/injection injury to index
11/13/2008
Anonymous
RSD Possibly
11/13/2008
Anonymous
I think this looks like RSD.
11/13/2008
Randy
High pressure injection injury
11/13/2008
Anonymous
LOOKS LIKE A PUNCTURED INDEX FINGER WITH SUBSEQUENT INFECTION.
11/13/2008
Jenny
An infection (flexor tenosynovitis) of index finger and maybe thumb
11/13/2008
Lori
Infection from a puncture wound to the index and thumb.
11/14/2008
Anonymous
insect or animal bite with subsequent cellulitis
11/15/2008
Anonymous
Una infección, tal vez por una herida de tipo ponzoñosa (por ejemplo: fileteras que se pinchan con espinas), que posiblemente cause una tenosinovitis.
11/18/2008
Anonymous
insect (spider) bite with tenosynovitis
11/21/2008
Anonymous
Injection injury
11/22/2008
Anonymous
rose thorn punchture/infection
11/26/2008
Jess
CRPS
12/17/2008
Anonymous
infection / cellulitis
1/27/2009
Anonymous
Injection injury...high pressure
3/9/2009
Anonymous
fdp laceration to index
5/27/2009
Ahmad Fannoon
Pyogenic tenosynovitis
6/2/2009
Anonymous
cellulitis
11/12/2011
Anonymous
infection and edema.
 
     
   
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