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Table 2 The outcome results of Rotterdam assessment after resection and reconstruction surgery for radial polydactyly Type IV-D

From: Resection and reconstruction for radial polydactyly Type IV-D in 206 cases: a retrospective clinical analysis

  Mean (SD)
Active IP joint and MP joint flexion (degrees) 110 (32)
IP joint and MP joint extension lag (degrees) 26 (20)
IP joint instability (degrees) 3 (3)
MP joint instability (degrees) 11 (5)
Palmar abduction (degrees) 58 (8)
Functional domain score 6.6 (2.0)
 Scar 94 (16)
 Prominence at amputation site 86 (20)
 Size 75 (15)
 Pulp 76 (15)
 Nail 85 (18)
 IP joint deviation (degrees) 5 (3)
 MP joint deviation (degrees) 9 (6)
Appearance domain score 8.9 (2.8)
 Patient-reported pain 2.1 (1.8)
 Patient-reported satisfaction 2.5 (1.8)
Patient-reported domain score 4.5 (1.3)
Rotterdan Score 20 (1.7)