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I think you are referring to thumb hypoplasia. Or more specifically thumb hypoplasia Type II. It restricts the movement of the thumb. It is a congenital disorder. The cause is still unknown, maybe some genetic deformalities. Type II is characterized by a tight web space between the thumb and index finger which restricts movement, poor thenar muscles and ...


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Yes, this is normal behavior for a bruise underneath the nail. (Corroborating information, located near the bottom of the article.) Most bruises under a nail are caused by a crush type injury. In severe cases, there may be enough blood to separate the nail from the nail bed, or it may need professional drainage and treatment (Such as suturing and/or ...


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