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Malformations of the hand and wrist 

Malformations of the hand and wrist
Malformations of the hand and wrist

Henk Giele

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date: 28 June 2022

Malformations of the upper limb are amongst the most common anomalies seen in surgical practice

Recognition and awareness of the varied diagnoses, their significance, and their impact on the child and family are vital to help these children and improve their function.

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