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|Fig 1. Central cyanosis of the lips in this 9-year-old boy|
with unrepaired Tetralogy of Fallot.
|Fig 2. Clubbing of the toes in this 3.5 year old with severe|
immune de ciency and chronic lung disease—note the convex shaped toenails.
|Fig 3. Clubbing of the ngers (A) and toenails (B) in a 4-yearold with cyanotic heart disease consisting of tricuspid atresia and a Glenn circulation. As opposed to the child in Figure 2, note the cyanotic nail beds.|
|Fig 5. Prominent clubbing with cyanosis of the nailbeds of the|
hands is seen in this 25-year-old with uncorrected cyanotic congenital
heart disease (A). Drumstick like appearance of an index nger can
be seen in a side pro le view (B).
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