No....not THAT kind of parts! LOL And, of course, ONLY my sister discovers this part of the body. She's 14 and it seems like she is constantly breaking or fracturing a bone. We're talking to the point that the people at the ortho office know her by name. They always have bad luck with diagnosis's when they go somewhere other than the ortho first. The last time, they went to one of those quick clinics, had x-rays taken and were told that there was no fracture. My sister saw the films and could SEE there was a fracture (I told her she needs to go into radiology when she grows up. She'll ace it! LOL) so they went to the ortho and got the "correct" diagnosis. So anyhoo....she was pretty sure she had fractured something in her hand and since my step mom couldn't get her into the ortho during an afterschool time, they went to the ER at one of the satellite hospital's near them. X-rays were taken and the doctor is being all professional pointing things out in the x-ray and calling them by their "proper" name. Evidently, the area below your thumb on the side of your hand is called........ ready for this one? .....the snuffbox. Seriously. Check it out for yourself. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatomical_snuff_box Only my sister could injure her snuffbox. She still thinks something is fractured so they are going to go to the ortho. And no...she doesn't have any kind of deficiency....she's just h3!! on her bones. Between her and the other two kids, they have quite the collection of casts, wrist braces, immobilizers, etc. But snuffbox? That's new even for them!