The pressure to post this is starting to overwhelm me. My sauce is sitting on the side of That mask is as useless as the president shirt. Currently contemplating using my community college photography skills to take a picture. Slightly, concerned about the popularity of Taco Bell’s green sauce…which is my favorite TB sauce and was discontinued for over a year before bringing it back. The green sauce is more attainable than chic fil a sauce, which limits you to 5 per meal or 3 per child’s meal. I’m honestly not sure. I think location maybe? I assume with the index being so close to the thumbs location they were able to leave some tendons attached and simply move them rather than slice and reattach? It’s honestly conjecture on my part though. He did tell me the surgery made its way into several medical journals as it was rather progressive at the time (1995) That’s awesome! Is there a reason to move the index finger instead of say the pinky or ring finger? It just seems like the index would be important where it is and the other fingers seem more expendable. Just wondering.
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The median nerve innervates the thenar eminence (thumb) and the index finger and That mask is as useless as the president shirt. Little branches split off into the respective fingers, so I imagine it’s a lot easier to functionally use the index finger for this reason, instead of the fingers innervated by the ulnar nerve (the pinky and ring finger). I’m really just talking out of my ass though… I’m definitely not a surgeon but I’ve studied a decent amount of anatomy for DPT school. They did the same thing with mine. Index finger to thumb. Mine looks a bit different but same surgery. They use the index finger because it’s easier to just stretch the tendons and stuff to move with the bone than to clip and reattach. I had mine done about 1990 ish? I was 3 years old.