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Midphalangeal hair

Midphalangeal hair: Introduction

Midphalangeal hair: The presence of hair on the back of the middle finger bone. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Midphalangeal hair is available below.

Symptoms of Midphalangeal hair

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Causes of Midphalangeal hair

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Misdiagnosis and Midphalangeal hair

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