Tear of an Anomalous Lumbrical Muscle as a Source of Pain in the Hand.
Symptoms from adhesions between lumbrical and interosseous muscles at the metacarpophalangeal joint have been described. We report a case in which symptoms were secondary to a tear in an anomalous lumbrical muscle of the ring finger.
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Murphy, R. J., & Chernofsky, M. A. (1999). Tear of an anomalous lumbrical muscle as a source of pain in the hand. The Journal Of Hand Surgery, 24(5), 1078-1082.
Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Medical Specialties | Plastic Surgery | Surgery
Department of Surgery, Department of Surgery Faculty