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Doctors discover rare case of ‘telescoping fingers’

A rare condition caused a woman’s fingers to scrunch back into her hands as the bones of her hand and wrist steadily disappeared, according to a report of the case. The bone loss caused the 69-year-old woman’s fingers to buckle

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