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46 Possible Causes for Bony Syndactyly of Digits

  • Sclerosteosis Type 2

    1 Hamersma , H , Hofmeyr , L . Too much bone: the middle ear in sclerosing bone dysplasias . Adv Otorhinolaryngol 2007 ; 65 : 61 –7 2 Stein , SA , Witkop , C , Hill , S , Fallon , MD , Viernstein , L , Gucer , G et al. Sclerosteosis: neurogenic and pathophysiologic analysis of an American kinship . Neurology 1983 ; 33 :[…][]

  • Syndactyly

    […] fusion of adjacent digits Comments on syndactyly What made you want to look up syndactyly ?[] In rare cases, the joining of the fingers or toes may involve bony fusion between the digits.[] Syndactyly is a cutaneous and/or bony digital malformation with possible webbing of adjacent fingers or toes and uni- or bilateral occurrence.[]

  • Churg-Strauss Syndrome

    Cutaneous syndactyly is the opposite of bony syndactyly, in which the bones are of the digits are joined.[]

  • Cloverleaf Skull

    Adult patients with type 1 may be only mildly affected with some degree of midface hypoplasia and minor broadening of the first digits.[] Type 1 has the more typical features with midface hypoplasia, broad thumbs and toes, craniosynostosis, and often some degree of syndactyly.[] Hearing loss secondary to bony defects is relatively common. Cleft palate is uncommon. Airway malformations especially in the trachea can cause respiratory problems.[]

  • Apert Syndrome

    Limb malformations mainly consist of soft tissue and bony syndactyly of fingers and toes (involving variable numbers of digits), occasional rhizomelic shortening, and elbow[]

  • Congenital Radioulnar Synostosis

    Syndactyly type VII (Cenani–Lenz syndactyly, CLS; severe bony fusion of all digits and deformed hand) This autosomal recessive entity manifests severe abnormalities of all[] Shaded digits depict cutaneous fusion only, while bony synostosis is represented by black digital elements within the shaded area.[] The hallmark features of SPD are cutaneous/bony fusion of third and fourth fingers and second and third toes with partial or complete reduplication of a digital ray within[]

  • Oculodentodigital Dysplasia

    […] anomaly. [6] Syndactyly comprises of bony or soft tissue fusion with complete or partial fusion of the digits.[] Digital malformations are more common in ODDD patients, and among them, complete and bilateral syndactyly between the fourth and fifth fingers is considered as the characteristic[] Prevalence of syndactyly of the feet has been reported to be around 25% in ODDD patients, and 40% in families. [5] However, the current patient did not have any involvement[]

  • Adactyly of Foot

    […] cutaneous and bony fusion of the hands and feet), Saethre-Chotzen syndrome (a relatively mid form of acrocephalosyndactyly with a variable pattern of craniofacial digital[] Differential diagnosis can be considered with: Apert syndrome (a rare autosomal dominant disorder characterized by craniosynostosis, craniofacial anomalies, and severe symmetrical syndactyly[]

  • Syndactyly (Feet)

    Syndactyly refers to a congenital fusion of two or more digits.[] The physical examination without associated malformations showed: simple cutaneous syndactyly involving only soft tissues with no bony fusion, complete because the entire[] Plain radiograph Postnatally the type and degree of bony syndactyly can be easily diagnosed on plain film.[]

  • Simpson Dysmorphia Syndrome

    (bilateral syndactyly).[] Some individuals affected by Simpson dysmorphia syndrome may have a groove on the midline of the tongue, the lower lip, and the bony ridge in the lower jaw where the teeth[] ) or absent index fingernails, more than the usual number of digits on the hands and/or feet (unilateral postaxial polydactyly), and webbing between the second and third digits[]

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