Sport benefits are doubtful, while sport harm is obvious. This philosophy is strikingly true when it comes to sport injuries.
John Hopkins, b. 1983, a motorcyclist who lost a digit from his ring finger.
Quentin Tarantino is one of my favourite directors.
He uses so much all-american imagery in his movies and twists it in his very own, unmistakable fashion. Zippo, an American icon, is a full-time actor in most Tarantino films, with The Four Rooms being the zenith of the lighter’s stardom.
Some time ago, a few source reported of a man who went through finger size reduce procedure to use his iPhone.
Thomas Martel, a 28-year-old fat guy from Denver, always had troubles hitting tiny buttons with his huge hands. The iPhone was the last straw, and he applied for thumb tissue amputation in order to use the touchscreen interface.
My new girlfriend doesn’t have a finger, should I still date her?
My new boyfriend has half a digit missing, should I run away?
Such palmistry appear in online Q&As with surprising regularity.
A month has passed since the injury and the surgery.
The traumatologist described the new X-ray as consolidated fracture in satisfactory condition.
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Some news are just too good to be true. There were at least two reports about miraculous regrowing of cut-off fingertips.
A breathtaking gospel for anyone missing some. Let’s take a closer look.
Cinema means motion. In medicine, the process of cinematization is a surgery intended to allow motion to something overwise inert due to congenital or acquired reasons. This usually refers to children with inborn anomalies and injury victims.
The first and easiest option for anyone missing fingers is silicone prosthetic devices. They offer both high aesthetic and functional qualities.
I’ve left the hospital and started to consult other doctors on possibilities to return my thumb to default.
As I came to see yet another specialist, things started to get grim.