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142 Possible Causes for Contractures of the Fingers, Hypoplastic Toenails

  • Amelo-Onycho-Hypohidrotic Syndrome

    toenails 60 33 hallmark (90%) Very frequent (99-80%) HP:0001800 4 abnormality of the fingernails 60 33 hallmark (90%) Very frequent (99-80%) HP:0001231 5 abnormality of dental[malacards.org] These contractures lead to permanently bent fingers and toes (camptodactyly), a hand deformity in which all of the fingers are angled outward toward the fifth finger (ulnar[vivavoceoralmedicineradiology.com] toenails Underdeveloped toenails 0001800 Onycholysis Detachment of nail 0001806 Yellow-brown discoloration of the teeth Yellow-brown discolored teeth 0006286 30%-79% of people[rarediseases.info.nih.gov]

  • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

    , absent/hypoplastic patella, defects of head of radius and iliac horns, and iris discoloration nephrotic syndrome peripheral oedema, albuminuria, reduced plasma albumin ([medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] - This is caused by thickening of deep tissue within the palms of the hand and fingers.[news-medical.net] […] person about another musculoskeletal pain syndrome see polymyalgia rheumatica nail–patella syndrome; hereditary arthrodysplasia autosomal-dominant abnormality of finger/toenails[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Winchester Syndrome

    […] fifth fingernails and toenails , see Coffin-Siris syndrome mental retardation with hypotonia and facial dysmorphism , see KCNK9 imprinting syndrome Mental retardation with[herenciageneticayenfermedad.blogspot.com] Reorder Groups Close Signs / Symptoms (17) Feet Pes cavus Show images Joints and Tendons Joint contractures Limbs Abnormality Widened metacarpal shaft Metabolic Abnormality[datagenno.com] Her fifth finger in particular was noted to be curved like C shape (intermittent polyarthralgia results in progressive joint contractures) associated with swellings in her[ped-rheum.biomedcentral.com]

  • Dubowitz Syndrome

    toenails Underdeveloped toenails 0001800 Joint hyperflexibility Joints move beyond expected range of motion 0005692 Lymphoma Cancer of lymphatic system 0002665 Malabsorption[rarediseases.info.nih.gov] People with Roberts syndrome may also have abnormal or missing fingers and toes, and joint deformities (contractures) commonly occur at the elbows and knees.[bertsbigadventure.org] toenails Joint hyperflexibility Lymphoma Malabsorption Metatarsus adductus Myopia Nystagmus Pectus excavatum Rectal prolapse Sacral dimple Scoliosis Seizures Spina bifida[dovemed.com]

  • Schneckenbecken Dysplasia

    toenails Occasionally present symptoms in 5-29% of the cases: In addition to the above, the following signs and symptoms may be present: Anterior rib cupping Advanced ossification[dovemed.com] ; Finger laxity; Hand contracture (rare); Advanced carpal ossification; Carpal fusion (rare); Metacarpal shortening; [Feet]; Clubfeet SKIN, NAILS, HAIR: [Skin]; Doughy skin[findzebra.com] toenails Underdeveloped toenails 0001800 5%-29% of people have these symptoms Accelerated skeletal maturation Advanced bone age Early bone maturation [ more ] 0005616 Advanced[rarediseases.info.nih.gov]

  • Laron Syndrome with Immunodeficiency

    contractures; Slender, tapered fingers; Finely wrinkled palms; Thenar muscle atrophy; Hypothenar muscle atrophy; Inability to adduct thumbs; Short metacarpals; Short phalanges[findzebra.com] toenails Overfolded helix Patent foramen ovale Nasal speech Deep philtrum Relative macrocephaly Coarse hair Low-set, posteriorly rotated ears Umbilical hernia Fetal akinesia[mendelian.co] Short, wide femoral neck; Mildly flattened proximal femoral epiphyses; [Limbs]; Joint laxity (elbow); Widened metaphyses (elbows and knees); [Hands]; Small joint laxity; Finger[findzebra.com]

  • Lethal Neonatal Carnitine Palmitoyl Transferase II Deficiency

    toenails.[genome.jp] Dysmorphic features included microcephaly, long fingers and toes, extra digital creases, and joint contractures.[pediatricneurologybriefs.com] toenails, microcephaly, agenesis of corpus callosum, polymicrogyria and cerebral calcifications. [6] Babies could appear lethargic and hypotonic soon after birth as in the[jcnonweb.com]

  • Patau Syndrome

    They clench their fists in a characteristic manner and fully extending their fingers is difficult.[stanfordchildrens.org] : Bent, narrow and partially hypoplastic (underdeveloped) Malformations and malpositions Polydactylia : Presence of additional fingers Rock bottom feet Sandal gap : Wide spacing[flexikon.doccheck.com] Joint contractures—where the arms and legs are in a bent position, rather than relaxed—are usually present.[stanfordchildrens.org]

  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

    Trigger Finger If you have pain in your fingers, hand, wrist or arm, or have other upper-extremity related concerns, you should consult a hand and upper extremity specialist[resurgenshand.com] , absent/hypoplastic patella, defects of head of radius and iliac horns, and iris discoloration nephrotic syndrome peripheral oedema, albuminuria, reduced plasma albumin ([medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] . - Stage 3, 6-12 months: - skin pale, cool, dry, tight and glossy; joint contractures - severe osteopenia with spindling of fingers; diminished pain; nails become rigid;[wheelessonline.com]

  • Congenital Non-Neoplastic Nevus

    Q84.6 Hypoplastic fingernails Q84.6 Hypoplastic toenails Q84.6 Thickened toenails Q84.6 Aplasia cutis (major if large) Q84.8 Top of Page[cdc.gov] […] of sternocleidomastoid (muscle) Q68.0 Congenital torticollis Q68.0 Camptodactyly Q68.1 Congenital clubfinger Q68.1 Long fingers Q68.1 Overlapping digits, not otherwise specified[cdc.gov] Pachyonychia Q84.5 Congenital clubnail, koilonychia, malformation of nail, not otherwise specified Q84.6 Duplication of thumbnail Q84.6 Hyperconvex fingernails Q84.6 Hyperconvex toenails[cdc.gov]

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