OSCAR B. RAGINS, M.D.; E. B. FREILICH, M.D.
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Congenital familial clubbing of fingers and toes is apparently a rare condition. A review of literature revealed no report of such conditions. We therefore thought the present example worthwhile reporting.
Mr. B., 34 years old, presented himself for examination with minor complaints of gastro-intestinal origin. During the course of examination, the peculiar clubbing of his fingers and toes was noted. There were no abnormal findings in his heart or lungs. Except for a slight tic of the palpebral muscles of his left eye, the physical examination was essentially negative.
The patient related that his sister, father, and paternal uncle have
RAGINS OB, FREILICH EB. Familial Congenital Clubbing of Fingers and Toes: Report of a Case. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:946–947. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-6-7-946
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1933;6(7):946-947.
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