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The dorsal and radial aspects are almost subcutaneous and are easily palpable (
Fig. 34). Interruptions or excrescences of bone along the dorsal aspect or
unusual tenderness suggest a possible fracture. The third, fourth, and fifth
The tendons then stand out slightly on the radial side of the dorsal radial tubercle
(Fig. 51). Clinically, either the extensor carpi radialis longus or the brevis may be
used for tendon transplants (Fig. 52). Tunnel III. Tunnel III on the ulnar side of ...
The dorsal and palmar surfaces of the proximal interphalangeal joints feel
smooth because the flexor and extensor tendons of the fingers cross them. The
joint's lateral surfaces feel fusiform, since they are covered by a thick joint
capsule and ...
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