Is there a deeper meaning in Vader's (artificial) right hand?
Consider this: Anakin Skywalker lost his right hand in duel against Dooku while he was still a Padawan. He got an artificial prosthetic hand, and because of his loss held deep hate for Dooku which led him to the path of Dark Side. Years later he killed his defenseless foe, choked his wife with that same hand, killed younglings etc .. After his duel against Kenobi on Mustafar, he was left only with that same artificial hand and his burning hate. Again, he used the Dark Side and the aforementioned prosthetic limb to keep himself alive.
In now non-canon Clone Wars (2003) series, Anakin is shown to be "bitten" by the Dark Side, which took his right hand but gave him a new more powerful one. With that new hand he smashed his foes, but eventually succumbed to darkness.
Finally, in their duel on Death Star 2, Luke sliced off Vader's right hand. Look at it horrified him, since he too lost the same limb and had to use a replacement. He then decided not to embrace darkness and threw away his lightsaber. But something also changed inside Vader. Without the hand, and seeing his son tortured by Palpatine, suddenly he was no longer Sith. In a final sacrificial act, using his left hand and stump of a right arm, he overthrew the Emperor.
My question is, could Vader's/Anakin's prosthetic right hand all along represent Dark Side and its influence on him ?
EDIT: This question is not a duplicate. I'm not interested in trivia like how many arms have been cut off. I'm interested in the symbolism of having a prosthetic right hand, especially concerning Anakin/Vader .