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Introduction:

cases have been reported worldwide, including 3 with shoulder dislocation.

Ulnar dimelia (mirror hand) is a congenital anomaly of upper extremities. Approximately 70

Case Report:

wrist and hand_with substitution of the radial elements. The patient underwent amputation of the 1st and the

3rd digits and their corresponding metacarpus with classic policization of the 2nd digit.

Herein we present a 10-month-old boy whose anomaly was duplication of ulnar_half of forearm,

Conclusion:

Early treatment of this anomaly can prevent future disabilities.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Orthopedic

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