tuberculous dactylitis. The finger becomes the seat of a swelling, which
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is more evident on the dorsal aspect, and, according to the distribution
and extent of the disease, it is acorn-shaped, fusiform, or cylindrical.
It is firm and elastic, and usually painless. The movements are impaired,