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The Bilhaut-Cloquet procedure for thumb duplication, where the central portions of bone and nail are removed and the radial half of one thumb is combined with the ulnar half of the other to create one thumb, is most appropriate in which Wassel Type shown in Figure A?
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Which of the following congenital hand deformities displayed in figures A-E is more prevalent in patients of African-American ancestry?
Which of the following upper extremity congenital anomalies, represented in the figures below, if found in an individual of Caucasian descent requires a work-up for chondroectodermal dysplasia or Ellis-van Creveld syndrome?