interphalangeal


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interphalangeal

(ˌɪntəfəˈlændʒɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated or existing between two phalanges
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Abbreviations: 3-D = three-dimensional, ADL = activity of daily living, ADLER = Activities of Daily Living Exercise Robot, ANOVA = analysis of variance, DOF = degree of freedom, FES = functional electrical stimulation, GUI = graphical user interface, MCP = metacarpophalangeal, MMT = manual muscle test, PIP = proximal interphalangeal, SD = standard deviation, UL Model = Bilateral Upper-Limb Kinematic Model.
In a series of 59 patients, Urbaniak found that average proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint motion averaged 82 degrees when the level of amputation was distal to the FDS insertion, while PIP joint motion only averaged 35 degrees in amputations proximal to the FDS insertion.
The recommendations acknowledge that there may be specific subsets of hand OA, including interphalangeal joint (IPJ) OA (which can occur with or without nodes), thumb-base OA, and erosive OA, all of which carry unique risk factors, associations, and outcomes.
Joint tenderness was detected in one or more of the metatarsophalangeal joints of nearly half of subjects, while the interphalangeal joints were affected in one-third.
In the crimp grip, the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joints are flexed to 90[degrees] and the distal interphalangeal (DIP) is fully extended or hyper-extended.
Subsidiary creases on the fingers fold up the skin that balloons up when the fingers are flexed (see your own proximal interphalangeal joint).
Clubbing of the fingers and toes was observed, and the skin of the lateral aspect of the proximal interphalangeal joints of the second to fifth finger was thickened (Figure 2).
Several surgical procedures (8 in total) were performed, including a number of debridements, internal fixation of fractures (and removal thereof afterwards), plastic surgery for a full-thickness skin graft over the dorsum of his index finger, and an arthrodesis of the proximal interphalangeal and distal interphalangeal joints of his index finger (Figs 1 and 2).
1) The most frequently affected parts of the hand associated with Dupuytren's contracture are the joints called the Metacarpophalangeal Joint, or MP joint, which is the joint closest to the palm of the hand and the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint, or the PIP joint, which is the middle joint in the finger.
For some unknown reason, the disease appears in women in a later age group, their proximal interphalangeal joints are prone to postoperative stiffness, and sympathetic dystrophy occurs more frequently in them than in men.
Too little valgus angle causes increased interphalangeal OA.

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