The distribution of these character states outside that clade is poorly documented, because of both the inadequate preservation of known manus and pedes for many taxa and the difficulty of determining whether a small ungual
bore a claw.
flexor hallucis longus, it broadens and trifurcates, sending branches to insert on the ventroproximal surface of the ungual
phalanges of the second, third, and fourth digits.
To summarize, SAFM is a rare, slow-growing tumor with a predilection for the ungual
region of the fingers and toes of middle-aged adults.
This information might have prompted biopsy for ungual
fibroma and hypopigmented maculae (formerly known as ash-leaf like spots) on the skin of her toes before the operation and if the diagnosis had been known we could have planned combined spinal-epidural anaesthesia, as recommended by McLoughlin et al (3).
Diagnostic criteria for tuberous sclerosis complex (a,b) Major Features Minor Features Facial angiofibromas or forehead Multiple random pits in dental enamel plaque Ungual
or periungual fibroma Hamartomatous rectal polyps More than three hypomelanotic Bone cysts macules Shagreen patch Cerebral white matter radial migration lines Multiple retinal nodular Gingival fibromas hamartomas Cortical tuberous lesion Nonrenal hamartoma Subependymal nodule Retinal achromic patch Subependymal giant cell "Confetti" skin lesions astrocytoma Cardiac rhabdomyoma(s) Multiple renal cysts Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Renal angiomyolipoma (a) Diagnosis (based on Rbach ES, Gomez MR, Northrup H.
For the first time this included a consideration of ungual
labia folds of the nail which, simply put, means measuring the enlargement of the tissue on the side of the nail is as critical as the ingrown nail itself.
However, there is an ungual
phalanx from an Indian grave in Montague County, about 100 kilometers east of Wichita Falls, but the specimen may be intrusive.
Frequency and clinical and dermatoscopic features of volar and ungual
pigmented melanocytic lesions: a study in school children of Manizales, Colombia.
The foot skeleton from Quartz Mountain Canal consists of the distal portions of metapodials III and IV, including the distal articular ends and short lengths of the shafts, both associated first and second phalanges, and one of the two ungual
It is more likely that it was arboreal, using the sickle claw for climbing with the reversed hallux and recurved unguals