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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 2002;7(1):85-88.
Published online January 1, 2002.
Camptodactyly Caused by Abnormal Origin of the Flexor Digitorum Superficialis Tendon and Lumbricalis – A Case Report –
Poong-Taek Kim, In-Ho Jeon, Il-Hyung Park, Byung-Chul Park, Joo-Chul Ihn
비정상적인 천지굴건과 충양근에 의한 굴지증 - 증예 보고 -
김풍택, 전인호, 박일형, 박병철, 인주철
Abnormal flexor digitorum superficialis and lumbricalis muscle attachment have been reported in camptodactyly. 15-year-old-girl consulted her progressive flexion contracture of PIP joint in both 5th fingers. Tenodesis effect was observed and at exploration, flexor digitorum superifcialis was hypoplastic and abnormal adhesion was observed between the FDS and FDS, which originated from flexor retinaculum abnormally. Fourth lumbricalis ran abnormally ulnar side of fourth metacarpal and inserted to extensor expansion of fourth finger.

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