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Figure 1: (a) Classical short fourth metacarpal sign (Archibald's sign) in a girl with Turner's syndrome. (b) Absence of the fourth knuckle on the dorsum of the hand. (c) Fourth metacarpal falls short of the line joining the third and fifth metacarpal head. Tangential line drawn from the distal end of head of the fourth and fifth metacarpals passes through the distal end of third metacarpal

Figure 1: (a) Classical short fourth metacarpal sign (Archibald's sign) in a girl with Turner's syndrome. (b) Absence of the fourth knuckle on the dorsum of the hand. (c) Fourth metacarpal falls short of the line joining the third and fifth metacarpal head. Tangential line drawn from the distal end of head of the fourth and fifth metacarpals passes through the distal end of third metacarpal