Abstract| Volume 39, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , e19-e20, September 2014

The Natural History of Pediatric Trigger Thumb

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      Observational treatment of pediatric trigger thumbs has merit and should be offered to families though the cure rate in USA patients is far different from that of our Korean colleagues.
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        • Baek G.H.
        • Kim J.H.
        • Chung M.S.
        • Kang S.B.
        • Lee Y.H.
        • Gong H.S.
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