1948
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1948.01520170139016
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Constriction of the Finger Simulating Ainhum

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“…CONGENITAL annualar or con¬ strictive bands have been pre¬ viously described by Johnson (1941),1 Bluefarb (1948),2 Wells Wells and Robinson3 into four general classes: (1) ainhum, (2) congenital bands, (3) ainhum-like bands associated with other diseases, and (4) bands second¬ ary to trauma. Neumann4 later used the term pseudoainhum to distin¬ guish the latter three categories from the specific entity, ainhum, in which a painful annular constriction of the fifth toe occurs predominantly in the adult Negro with eventual spon¬ taneous amputation (Table).…”
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“…CONGENITAL annualar or con¬ strictive bands have been pre¬ viously described by Johnson (1941),1 Bluefarb (1948),2 Wells Wells and Robinson3 into four general classes: (1) ainhum, (2) congenital bands, (3) ainhum-like bands associated with other diseases, and (4) bands second¬ ary to trauma. Neumann4 later used the term pseudoainhum to distin¬ guish the latter three categories from the specific entity, ainhum, in which a painful annular constriction of the fifth toe occurs predominantly in the adult Negro with eventual spon¬ taneous amputation (Table).…”
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confidence: 99%