Acquired constriction ring syndrome.

  title={Acquired constriction ring syndrome.},
  author={Jonathan C O'Quinn and Roger L Friedman and Kimberly L Wilms},
  journal={Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association},
  volume={96 3},
Acquired constriction ring syndrome is a clinical condition of infancy characterized by circumferential constriction of a toe or another appendage, such as fingers and genitalia. The foot and ankle specialist should be aware of this condition because vascular obstruction of the affected appendage can rapidly lead to gangrene and autoamputation. Treatment consists of prompt identification and removal of the constricting foreign material. Although this condition is uncommon, it can lead to… CONTINUE READING

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