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Finger Deformity and Electromyographic Finding

Finger Deformity and Electromyographic Finding

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Nonfixed deformity of fingers and delayed relaxation of hand grip (pseudomyotonia) and electromyography of flexor digitorum profundus revealing continuous motor unit activity at the resting state of the muscle.

ARTICLE: An Unusual Cause of Swan Neck Deformity of the Fingers
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