Tuberculosis is a cover name for many diseases caused by types of mycobacteria It is possible to have mutations on fingers and hand due to tuberculosis. ie mycobacteria leprae is the mycobacteria that causes leprosy which disfigures. ie mycobacterua chelonei is the mycobacteria that can cause disfigurement of skin tissue.
Mutations occur and those mutations can cause all sorts of disabilites. There are both harmful and helpful mutations, but more often than not mutations are harmful! So to answer your question, any sort of possible problems can occur if there is an error in DNA replication. Stuff like 6 fingers etc. Mutations occur mostly because the DNA strand is incorrectly matched up!
There are an infinte different possbilities for a mutation effects. Some examples are.. Having extra toes, fingers, arms, feet, bellybuttons or ears.
JOhnny ramone had fingers like a normal person but a broken toe during his childhood.
The fingers are distal to the wrist. The wrist is proximal to the fingers. In anatomical position, it is possible to say the thumb is lateral to the wrist.
it is not phisically possible for your fingers to fall off on there own. They would have to be cut off and it is stupid to do that!
If you've no fingers...........
Yes it possible
Liposuction is possible on the fingers. It is used for more than simply cosmetic reasons. It can help with pain, also.
Visually speaking, no you cannot. There are only tendons in the fingers, so it is impossible to have 'muscular' fingers per se. It is possible to have very strong fingers/grip, but this comes from forearm strength, not from finger strength.
yes it is possible many people in the Latin america can actually do it