Pachydermodactyly

Recognizing the clinical presentation of pachydermodactyly

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Pachydermodactyly (PDD) is a unique, benign soft tissue disorder affecting the hands, first reported in 1975. Patients with PDD typically present with painless swelling at the middle joint of the fingers, although in rare cases this swelling has been reported to spread to the knuckles, and even the....
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