Three-dimensional ultrasonography for visualization of muscular anomalies in type VI and VII radial polydactyly


To describe a technique and its clinical applications of three-dimensional ultrasonography to type VI and VII radial polydactyly for identification of potential muscular anomalies. Ultrasonographic examinations were performed at an out-patient department without sedation or an operative room prior to surgery. The palm was scanned in the transverse direction… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00256-015-2271-9


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