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A 50-year-old man presented to the emergency department in an intoxicated state. His companion states he was celebrating a promotion and while intoxicated climbed a chain-link fence, subsequently falling off and sustaining this laceration to the thumb base (figure 1). He is unable to answer any questions or co-operate with examination. A CT scan of his head is unremarkable.
The tenodesis test of the …
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