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An 8-year-old boy's parents are concerned about the appearance of the child's middle finger. The child denies pain and his digital neurovascular status is normal. A clinical photograph and radiograph are provided in figures A and B. For children with this condition, which of the following is the best intervention to achieve a finger that is proportional to the rest of the hand?
Epiphysiodesis when the finger reaches adult length of the father
Compression wrapping until proportional size is achieved
Resection of hypertrophic nerves
Osteotomy at skeletal maturity.
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