All the measurements were performed on this 9-10 mm of healthy skin area between the lesion and the surgical margin and classified according to the six different parts of the body (scalp, abdomen, back, dorsum of foot, dorsum of hand
, and the breast) and according to gender.
Caption: Figure 3: (a) Close-up of lesions present on right fifth finger and dorsum of hand
. At two-week follow-up, new papules appear in the area that is previously electrodessicated (black arrow).
In particular flap surgery is advised for the repair of tissue defects in the dorsum of hand
Though it is known that receptors for detection of heat and temperature are more concentrated on the palmar surface and finger tips23 we found dorsum of hand
as the preferred side in majority (67.60%) of mothers while 32.39% used palmar surface to assess temperature.
Stimulation Points for Median Nerve (Motor): (i) [S.sub.1]--placed at wrist between Palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis; (ii) [S.sub.2]--placed at elbow crease, medial to biceps tendon; (iii) Ground electrode- dorsum of hand
; (iv) Recording electrode- active electrode at the valley of abductor pollicis brevis.
typical papular rashes over her palm, dorsum of hand
, extensor surface of arm and forearm and trunk and buccal mucosa (Fig 1 and 2).
Some articles have reported great variability in the branching pattern and its distribution but it is often taken for granted that only few branches cross the wrist joint and innervate the skin of the radial side of the dorsum of hand
and three and half digits.
interfere with urine temperature measurements.) Skin temperatures were recorded on each individual at five sites: back, chest and dorsum of foot (covered) and forehead and dorsum of hand
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
Though pellagra can present on any site, the dorsum of the hands, feet, face, neck and arms are the usual sites of involvement.7 The most common site is the dorsum of hands
with the lesions extending up the arm in the form of gauntlet.
A 77-year-old male with a history of chronic poorly controlled hypertension (HTN) and ischemic heart disease (IHD) was referred to a dermatologist for the presence of red-brownish flat lesions over both forearms and the dorsum of hands
since 2 weeks and localized yellowish elevated lesions that were hard in consistency over both 1st and 2nd toes and the left little linger since 8 months; these were associated with moderate-grade pain.