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Triphalangeal thumb

Triphalangeal thumb: Introduction

Triphalangeal thumb: A medical term used to describe a thumb which has three bones instead of the normal two. The anomaly can occur on its own (isolated triphalangeal thumb) or may be associated with other defects. Usually both thumbs are affected. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Triphalangeal thumb is available below.

Symptoms of Triphalangeal thumb

Treatments for Triphalangeal thumb

  • No treatment is required unless the thumb is duplicated in which case the triphalangeal thumb may be survically removed if there is another normal thumb present
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