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Make the Diagnosis: Manual Mystery

06:47 EDT 20 Mar 2017 | MedPageToday

(MedPage Today) -- Case Findings: A 77-year-old male who is left-hand-dominant presents with a loss of dexterity and limited extension of the fingers of his left hand. He mentions that his ability to play the piano has decreased over the past few months. On examination, he has skin dimpling on the palm of his left hand, and he is unable to lay it flat on the table. What is your diagnosis

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