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What is the skin between your pointer finger and thumb called?

Last Updated: 25th January, 2020

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The space between the thumb andtheforefinger is called the Purlicue. The spacebetweenthe fingers is called interdigitalfolds or PilcaInterdigital in simple terms we can callthisskin.

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Also to know is, what is the Flagina?

Webbing of the fingers or toes. To use thesharingfeatures on this page, please enable JavaScript. Webbing ofthefingers or toes is called syndactyly. It refers to theconnectionof 2 or more fingers or toes. Most of the time, the areasareconnected only by skin.

what are the parts of the finger called? Each of the fingers has three joints:

  • metacarpophalangeal joint (MCP) – the joint at the baseofthe finger.
  • proximal interphalangeal joint (PIP) – the joint inthemiddle of the finger.
  • distal interphalangeal joint (DIP) – the joint closesttothe fingertip.

Similarly one may ask, what is the extra skin between your fingers called?

Wenis (the extra elbow skin) Flagina(thewebbing between your fingers)

Is a Wenis a real thing?

Weenus (or weenis or wenis) is a slang wordforthe excess or loose skin at the joint of one's elbow, whichistechnically referred to as olecranal skin. The olecranon istheprocess of the ulna (one of the bones in the forearm)projectingbehind the elbow joint.

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What is a Wenis really called?

Ans: According to Reference.com, the medical term fortheextra skin found on the elbow is olecranon skin. However, themorecommonly used word for this skin is weenis or weenus. What'sin theword? The term “weines,” or morecommonly“wenis,” is not a real word and is notthe nameof the skin on the elbow.

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What is a Purlicue?

Noun. (plural purlicues) (Scottish) the end ofadiscourse. (Presbyterian Church) a review of a previous sermonorspeech. (Northern England) the distance between one'sforefingerand thumb when extended.

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What is a Weines?

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What is plural for Wenis?

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What is the area between toes called?

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What's the space between your eyebrows called?

The space between your eyebrows iscalledthe "glabella."

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Is syndactyly a disability?

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What is syndactyly of fingers?

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What is webbed fingers?

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What is the inside of your thumb called?

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How do you get webbed fingers?

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How many bones are in the finger?

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Which finger is connected to which organ?

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What is the middle of your finger called?

The middle finger joint is calledtheproximal interphalangeal joint (PIP).

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Is your thumb a finger?

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Why is the middle finger bad?

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What is your knuckle?

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Is there a bone in your fingertip?

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What tendon controls the middle finger?

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