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Infants with extra fingers may receive non-evidence-based, complication-prone treatment

19:00 EST 12 Nov 2017 | AAAS

(American Osteopathic Association) The authors of the study believe surgical excision is the more effective treatment option as it is completed in one visit, typically creates little scarring and rarely leaves painful or unsightly residual tissue. They believe parents should be informed of their options prior to any procedure and understand the risks and benefits associated with each.

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