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On ainhum

by J.F. da Silva Lima

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Published by s.n.] in [New York .
Written in English

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  • Ainhum

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    Statementby J.F. da Silva Lima
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26282755M

    Learn more about Ainhum from related diseases, pathways, genes and PTMs with the Novus Bioinformatics Tool. The book is lavishly illustrated with color photos to illustrate the conditions and conditions are grouped into categories reflecting the primary site of the major dermatologic features to aid the clinician encountering a condition for the first time. DISORDERS OF THE DERMIS Collagen Ainhum Amniotic bands Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome.

    ainhum [ān´hum, i´num, or [Portuguese] īn-yoom´] a condition of unknown origin, seen chiefly in dark-skinned people, consisting of a linear constriction that causes spontaneous amputation of the fourth or fifth toe. ainhum (ī'nŭm), [MIM*] An acquired, slowly progressive painful fibrous constriction that develops in the digitoplantar fold. Symptoms of Ainhum including 2 medical symptoms and signs of Ainhum, alternative diagnoses, misdiagnosis, and correct diagnosis for Ainhum signs or Ainhum symptoms. Medical articles and books on symptoms: These general reference articles may be of interest in relation to medical signs and symptoms of disease in general: More about Ainhum;.

    Ainhum is an idiopathic disease involving the fifth toe of Black people mainly in tropical zones, whereas pseudoainhum is a rare congenital or acquired disorder clinically characterised by progressive development of a fibrotic band on a finger or toe until spontaneous autoamputation occurs. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» The Diagnostics and Treatment of .


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Ainhum predominantly affects black people, living in West Africa, South America and India. In Nigeria it is a common disease with an incidence of per thousand. In tropical and subtropical climates, its incidence has been reported as between percent and percent of the lty: Dermatology.

Ainhum, also known by the name dactylolysis spontanea, is a disease of constricting fibrous bands and possible resultant auto amputation. Historically, ainhum is a rare condition that has occurred most frequently in those of African males.[1] The name “ainhum” is thought to have a meaning similar to a fissure from early published Brazilian reports or maybe from an Africa meaning “to saw.

Ainhum is a condition that refers to the auto-amputation of a digit, usually the 5th toe. This is sometimes bilateral and can also, though less frequently, affect the fingers.

It is a poorly understood phenomenon and medical literature is somewhat lacking. Ainhum is characterized by the occurrence of a circular constriction band most often located at the root of the fifth toe, rarely of a finger.

As constriction progresses, the toe becomes disabled, and spontaneous amputation finally results. The disorder seems to be more frequent in Africa. Ainhum is the autoamputation of a digit, usually of the fifth toe bilaterally and as a result of a constricting scar in the form of a band or groove.

Pseudoainhum On ainhum book a similar condition that occurs as a secondary event resulting from certain hereditary and nonhereditary diseases that lead to annular constriction of digits.

‘Ainhum: clinical photograph shows the characteristic deep constricting groove in the plantar digital fold along the medial aspect of the fifth toe.’ ‘We describe the case of an Italian Caucasian man with ainhum involving both big toes.’.

A On ainhum book of ainhum of the fingers (keratoma hereditarium mutilans, Vohwinkel) is described, and the condition is distinguished from the ainhum-like processes of neural condition is regarded as a naevoid tissue deficiency of epidermis, subcutaneous tissue and deficiency may affect each tissue in differing degree, and the only positive feature which may be seen is.

Ainhum is the autoamputation of a finger or toe as a result of a fibrotic band that constricts the finger or toe until it falls off. Ainhum most often affects the fifth toe on both feet. Ainhum is believed to be triggered by some sort of trauma, but the exact.

Ainhum {n´hum, i´num, or (Portuguese) n-yoom´} a condition of unknown origin, seen chiefly in dark-skinned people, consisting of a linear constriction that causes spontaneous amputation of the fourth or fifth toe. The term “ainhum” was first used by da Silva Lima in from Bahia, Brazil.

While ainhum is a rare condition, it can have devastating and painful consequences. With this in mind, the authors discuss the progression of ainhum and keys to the diagnostic workup in the case of a patient who presented with significant pain and swelling of his fifth toe. Page - And the woman conceived, and bare a son at that season that Elisha had said unto her, according to the time of life.

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About MyAccess. If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to. Dactylolysis spontanea; constricting bands of the extremities Autoamputation of a digit as a result of a constricting scar in the form of a fibrous band or groove Probably related to trauma to the.

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3. Ainhum {n´hum, i´num, or (Portuguese) n-yoom´} a condition of unknown origin, seen chiefly in dark-skinned people, consisting of a linear constriction that causes spontaneous amputation of the fourth or fifth toe.

The term “ainhum” was first used by da Silva Lima in from Bahia, Brazil. Ainhum, also known as dactylolysis spontanea, is a rare cutaneous condition in which a hyperkeratotic band partially or totally encircles a constriction thins the underlying bone, which is then prone to fracture.

Some cases result in autoamputation. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library.

Open Library. Medical definition of ainhum: a tropical disease of unknown cause that results in increasing fibrous constriction and ultimately in spontaneous amputation of the toes and especially the little toes.

ainhum Wikipedia (medicine) A painful constriction of the base of the fifth toe, frequently followed by autoamputation, occurring predominantly in black Africans and their descendants. Ainhum predominantly affects black people, living in West Africa, South America and India.

In Nigeria it is a common disease with an incidence of per thousand. In tropical and subtropical climates, its incidence has been reported as between percent and percent of the population.

The name "ainhum" (from the Yoruba ayùn, meaning "to saw" or "to file") was used to refer to the disease by Yoruba speakers in Bahia, Brazil, where Silva Lima practiced. The first histological studies of ainhum were conducted by O. E. H. Wucherer and published inand the first imaging studies were conducted in Ainhum (also known as bankokerend, dactylolysis spontanea, and sukhapakla [1]) is a painful constriction of the base of the fifth toe frequently followed by bilateral spontaneous amputation (autoamputation) a few years disease occurs predominantly in black Africans and their descendants.

The exact etiology is still unclear.Ainhum: Description, Causes and Risk Factors:Ainhum is the progressive constriction of the base of the fifth toe followed by spontaneous disease is observed throughout Africa with varying frequency, in mulattos in the Antilles and South America and sporadically in other parts of the world.