I read this paper regarding joint dislocation of the thumb and all four fingers [
] with interest. The authors claim that their case report is unique. I am afraid this is wrong.
- Edwards A.
- Pike J.
- Bird J.
Simultaneous carpometacarpal joint dislocations of the thumb and all four fingers.
Injury. 2000; 31: 116-118
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Accepted: April 17, 2002
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