Research Article| Volume 17, ISSUE 3, P203-204, May 1986

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Skier's thumb—a method of prevention

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      Skiing is increasingly popular among people of all ages and as the number of enthusiasts grows so does the incidence of ski-related injuries. Injuries to the thumb, which account for up to 17 per cent of skiing injuries, are associated with considerable morbidity. The cause of these injuries is discussed and a simple method of prevention is proposed.
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