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265 Possible Causes for Congenital Heart Disease, Fifth Finger Clinodactyly

  • Thrombocytopenia-Absent Radius Syndrome

    Fingers may show syndactyly, and fifth-finger clinodactyly is common.[] heart disease (eg.[] However, there may be other abnormalities of the hands, such as webbed or fused fingers (syndactyly) or curved pinky fingers ( fifth finger clinodactyly ).[]

  • Char Syndrome

    We report on a family with patent ductus arteriosus, a distinctive facial appearance with eyebrow flare, a short nose and "duck-bill lips," polydactyly, and fifth finger clinodactyly[] Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a relatively common form of congenital heart disease.[] The remaining phalanges of the fifth finger are hypoplastic. Fifth finger clinodactyly has also been described in numerous CS patients.[]

  • XXXXY Syndrome

    In addition, almost all patients had muscular hypotonia, radioulnar synostosis, white matter anomalies, fifth-finger clinodactyly, recurrent respiratory infections in early[] We have recently seen two patients with the 49,XXXXY syndrome with associated congenital heart disease.[] finger clinodactyly, muscular hypotonia, hypoplastic genitalia, cryptorchidism, pea-size testes, micropenis, and infantile secondary sex characteristics.[]

  • Down Syndrome

    finger clinodactyly, simian crease, and moderate to severe mental retardation The most frequently occurring mental retardation/multiple anomaly syndrome usually involving[] heart disease and Down syndrome.[] finger with clinodactyly.[]

  • Seckel Syndrome

    In some cases, 11 pairs of ribs instead of the usual 12 Structural defects in the spine Bent fifth finger (clinodactyly) Foot in a twisted position (clubfoot) Excess body[] Tricuspid atresia is a rare and life threatening cyanotic congenital heart diseases, with an incidence of 1% to 3%.[] fingers in a bent position (clinodactyly), malformation (dysplasia) of the hips, and dislocation of a bone in the forearm (radial dislocation); and, • developmental delays[]

  • Holt Oram Syndrome

    We present a five generation family of nine affected individuals with an atypical HOS phenotype, consisting of ulnar ray defects (ulnar hypoplasia, short fifth fingers with[] This review summarizes recent developments in the study of TBX5 as it relates to congenital heart disease and the pathology of HOS.[] Since she had complex congenital heart disease, chronic heart failure, and severe hypoxia, the risk surrounding surgery to remove the primary tumor was predicted to be very[]

  • Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome

    […] persistent fetal pads, clinodactyly of the fifth fingers skull and central nervous system microcephaly mental retardation (IQ 35-50) congenital cardiac abnormalities: reported[] heart disease.[] Terminal broadening of the phalanges of the fingers, persistent fetal pads, clinodactyly of the fifth finger, overlapping of the toes, and angulation deformities of the thumbs[]

  • Neurofibromatosis Type 1

    Examples of other findings reported in isolated or only a few individuals include fifth finger clinodactyly, Chiari I malformation, hypotonia, cataract, nephrolithiasis, urethral[] Causes of stroke in childhood include congenital heart disease, sickle cell disease, immune disorders, clotting disorders, head and neck trauma etc.[] heart disease (pulmonary stenosis and hypertension) are associated with NF.[]

  • CHARGE Syndrome

    finger clinodactyly, camptodactyly and cutaneous syndactyly Fine motor problems; cosmetic concern Neck/shoulder anomalies Sloping, Sprengel's deformity, kyphosis Self-image[] heart disease ) A : atresia (choanal) R : retardation (mental) G : genital hypoplasia E : ear abnormalities /deafness CHARGE syndrome is usually suspected at birth once multiple[] Alternative tests to consider The Invitae Isolated and Syndromic Congenital Heart Disease Panel has been designed to provide a broad genetic analysis of congenital heart disease[]

  • Mucolipidosis

    […] of the fifth fingers.[] View,16(4):69-73,2012. 14.Highly sensitive cardiac troponin-Ⅰin congenital heart disease.[] […] typical neurological and visceral characteristics of mucolipidosis type IV, also demonstrates defects in the posterior limb of internal capsule by MRI, micrognathia and clinodactyly[]

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