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Amputated thumb

Amputated thumb: Introduction

Amputation is the complete removal of an injured or abnormal part of the body either by a traumatic injury or surgically. Conditions that may require amputation of the thumb include infection, gangrene, frostbite, atherosclerosis, bone infection and cancer. ...more »

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Amputated thumb: Deaths

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