dorsum of hand

dorsum of hand

[TA]
the back of the hand; surface of hand opposite the palm.
Synonym(s): dorsum manus [TA]
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In particular flap surgery is advised for the repair of tissue defects in the dorsum of hand.
typical papular rashes over her palm, dorsum of hand, extensor surface of arm and forearm and trunk and buccal mucosa (Fig 1 and 2).
Risk Factor Examples Device related * Metal needles, large-gauge catheters Peripheral IV access * Inadequately secured IV needle or catheter * Undesirable IV site location (antecubital fossa, dorsum of hand or wrist rather than forearm) Central venous catheter * IV access device surgically placed in area IV access prone to movement, poor ability to secure * Inadequately secured needle in access device * Inappropriate needle length for access device (i.
The DBT of SBRN originated in the middle third of forearm in 3 cases (3%), distal third of forearm in 10 cases (10%) and in wrist and dorsum of hand in 87 cases (87%).
Skin temperatures were recorded on each individual at five sites: back, chest and dorsum of foot (covered) and forehead and dorsum of hand (uncovered).
On examination, brown-coloured, verrucous plaque involving the dorsal aspect of index finger and thumb extending to involve the lateral part of dorsum of hand up to the wrist joint was present.
Overall pain on injection of Propofol ranges from 25 to 100% at vein on dorsum of hand (Stark R.
Initially these lesions started as small itchy papule on forearm and dorsum of hands.
Those who binge eat and then vomit often present with tooth erosion, poor gum hygiene, swollen parotid glands "so they look like a chipmunk," and abrasions and scars on the dorsum of hands.
Objectives The aim of this study was to describe the magnitude of dorsal sensory impairment (SI) in limbs and compare the frequency of SI on palms and soles with that on the dorsum of hands and feet.
4 It is characterized by symmetrical distribution of hyperpigmented and hypopigmented macules on the extremities more so over the dorsum of hands and feet.
A 60-year-old male presented to OPD with itchy skin-coloured papules on the dorsum of hands, feet, elbows and lower half of legs followed by painful nodular eruption on the back of the scalp for the last 3 months.