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Fig. 1. X-ray photographs of a child's extremities

Showing duplication of the fifth digit in both hands and both feet.

Va, Vb, the digits produced by duplication.

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Prentiss CW. Extra digits and digital reductions. (1906) Popular Science Monthly. 336-448.

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