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        • The Hand in Distal Arthrogryposis
          Journal of Hand SurgeryVol. 47Issue 5
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            Distal arthrogryposis is the second most common type of arthrogryposis after amyoplasia and is defined as arthrogryposis that affects hands and feet; it is mostly inherited in an autosomal-dominant fashion. This review discusses up-to-date background information, clinical features, and treatment of distal arthrogryposis in hands concentrating on camptodactyly, thumb-in-palm deformity, and windblown hand deformity, which are the most common and functionally limiting deformities. Treating these deformities should be individualized and follow a multidisciplinary approach.
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