Clubbed fingers in pulmonary fibrosis

Clubbed fingers in pulmonary fibrosis

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Clubbing of the fingers in a 64 year old male patient with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPK). IPK is an incurable lung disease, thought to be caused by air pollutants, and one symptom is the clubbing (enlargement) of the ends of the fingers and toes.

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Keywords: 64 year old, air pollutants, clubbed, clubbing, condition, diagnosis, disorder, elderly, end, enlarged, enlargement, finger, fingers, fingertip, geriatric patient, healthcare, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, incurable, ipk, lung disease, male, man, medical

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