The pathology of congenital ring constrictions.

@article{Browne1957ThePO,
  title={The pathology of congenital ring constrictions.},
  author={David Browne},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  year={1957},
  volume={32 166},
  pages={517-9}
}
  • David Browne
  • Published 1957 in Archives of disease in childhood
l. They increase in frequency with their nearness to the extremities of the body, being very common in the fingers and toes, less common on the limbs and extremely rare on the body. I have seen one case with a typical one right round the lower thorax, but have not heard of another. 2. It is common to find two or more digits fused together at their tips, with a ring constriction round the fused region, while their proximal parts are separate. 3. The constrictions may vary from a slight groove in… CONTINUE READING
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