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Thrombofibrosis of the Ulnar Artery in the Palm.

Costigan, Daniel G.; Riley, James M. Jr.; Coy, Fred E. Jr.
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery - American Volume: June 1959
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The most prominent feature in both cases of thrombofibrosis of the ulnar artery was the single traumatic incident followed by immediate, persistent, and severe pain. Pain was completely and permanently relieved by surgery. In neither patient was there evidence of injury to the deep branch of the ulnar nerve nor was there evidence of pre-existing vascular disease.

Copyright 1959 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated

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