Lizbeth Uzcategui, 43, who lost part of her right arm and several fingers on her left hand to amniotic band syndrome in utero, was the first in the country to be fitted for an x-small i-limb quantum prosthetic arm. For the first time, the high tech, microprocessor-controlled, five-finger motion prosthetic was made available in an x-small size and is able to fit petite adults and adolescents. Video by Emily Michot/Miami Herald Staff
Lizbeth Uzcategui, 43, who lost part of her right arm and several fingers on her left hand to amniotic band syndrome in utero, was the first in the country to be fitted for an x-small i-limb quantum prosthetic arm. For the first time, the high tech, microprocessor-controlled, five-finger motion prosthetic was made available in an x-small size and is able to fit petite adults and adolescents. Video by Emily Michot/Miami Herald Staff

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July 21, 2015 6:16 PM

Fort Lauderdale woman receives state-of-the-art 'bionic' hand

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