Cortical Thumb Sign. Bilateral fisting of hands, including adduction and infolding of the thumbs (cortical thumbs), is an expected finding in term infants. Clinically, the cortical thumb.
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Mar 01, 2000 · Objective. In early infancy the infant's thumb is not infrequently enclosed within the palm, ie, thumb-in-fist (TIF). This posture has received scant attention in the neurodevelopmental literature. Its prevalence, resolution, and clinical associations were investigated in this study. Methodology. Two hundred sequentially born, apparently healthy full-term newborn infants comprised the cohort.Cited by: 6.
his thumb within his palm with flexed fingers (Fig 1)—the thumb-in-fist (TIF) position. In certain circumstances, this posture can be a manifestation of an upper motor neuron lesion and is sometimes re-ferred to as a “cortical thumb.”1 However, in this setting, there are usually other clinical manifestationsCited by: 6.
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