Results: (1) The dorsoulnar artery of thumb was derived from principal artery and anastomosed with the palmar arteries of thumb at the dorsal arcade of the proximal nail fold and at the level of the first phalanx neck, collateralled with dorsoulnar cutaneous nerve.
Results:The length of the metacarpal and phalanx medullary cavity accounted for about 3/5 and 4/5 of the length of the matacarpal and phalange bone,and the most stenotic sit of the second to fifth metacarpal medullary cavity was 3mm～8mm to the midpoint of the bone in the proximal half.
The average thickess of iliac wing 2. 0 cm anterior to iliac tubercle and 1 .5 cm posterior to iliac tubercle were 1 .5 cm and 1. 1 cm respectively,which were similar to the thickness of the first metatarsal (1 .4 cm) and the proximal phalanx of the hallux (1. 1 cm).
The embryo absorptivities in groups of 500, 100, 10mg/kg were higher than control, it was up to 100% in the first group, 100, 50mg/kg produced lower fetus weigh, and degree of sternebrae ossification agenesis, and lower number of ossification centers in promix phalanx and caudal in group of 100mg/kg.
The third toe of the left and right feet was chosen from 20 chicken respectively of autologous transplantation group and porcine small intestinal submucosa group, flexor digitorum profundus muscle tendon was cut off at middle phalanx, and 2 cm tendon defect model was created.
Recordings of the electrocardiogram and the pulsogram from the distal phalanx of the index finger, as well as mechanical recording of respiration with the body in a horizontal position, were performed.
Case histories surgical treatment of polydactyly of the little toe involving proximal and middle phalanx
The open growth plate at the basic phalanx and the metatarsal I basic have to be taken into consideration by the choice of operative procedure and osteosynthesis.
Fracture or Variation in Distal Phalanx of the First Toe
Demineralized, stained cross- sections of distal phalanx of the 4th toe of male frogs showed growth rings that alternated with highly chromophilic lines of arrested growth (LAGs).