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To the Editor:
—Five years ago Mrs. T., lately removed to this locality, had a child four years old having a complete web or fleshy union of ring and middle fingers of one hand. A year and a-half later her neighbor bore a child having a corresponding union in two pairs of the fingers of each hand, and similar union of the smaller toes of both feet. Was it a simple coincidence, or did the mother or father impress the child thus?Charles City, Iowa, Dec. 13, 1888.
I. W. S.. Web Fingers and Toes. JAMA. 1889;XII(3):104. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02400800032013
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