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49 Possible Causes for Cortical Thumbs

  • Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome

    thumbs Thick skin over flexor surface of proximal phalanges Flexion of fingers Contracted toes Vertical talus Kyphoscoliosis Contracture of hip Clubfoot Contracture of shoulder[syndrome.org] Blepharophimosis Small nose Hypoplastic nostrils Long philtrum H-shaped chin dimple Colobom High palate Ulnar deviation of hands Small tongue Limited palatal movement with nasal speech Cortical[syndrome.org]

  • Warburg Micro Syndrome 3

    — Not enough data available about incidence and published cases. Panel Name, Specifity and genes Tested/covered Comprehensive Brain Malformation Panel. By Knight Diagnostic Laboratories - Molecular Diagnostic Center Oregon Health & Science University in United States. UBE3A, PTEN, TUBB3, CC2D2A, OTX2, TMEM67, NPHP1,[…][mendelian.co]

  • Exostosis

    […] on the dorsal aspect, with intact well-defined cortical margins.[e-ijd.org] Radiographs of the hand [Figure 2] , taken in antero-posterior and oblique projections revealed an outgrowth of trabeculated bone projecting from the distal phalanx of the right thumb[e-ijd.org]

  • Fibromyalgia

    […] ears, nose, and thumb.[mdedge.com] The diffuse pain of fibromyalgia seldom was reported by patients or clinicians in some body areas that have the largest sensory cortical representation: the lips, tongue,[mdedge.com]

  • Malunited Fracture

    , fixation material should be removed within about 18 months after consolidation of the fracture leaving it in place may lead to cortical atrophy and a higher risk of refracturing[radiopaedia.org] […] tibial shaft malunion healing in the wrong position can be partially compensated for by remodelling of the bone (except for rotational malunion) refracturing as a rule of the thumb[radiopaedia.org]

  • Versive Seizure

    […] representation 87 but also a higher threshold to electrical stimulation. 37 Jacksonian seizures show an orderly “march,” beginning, for example, in the thumb, then involving[neupsykey.com] […] lower-extremity seizures often began in the great toe. 100 Another factor is the seizure threshold of various regions of the homunculus—the trunk not only has the smallest cortical[neupsykey.com]

  • Patau Syndrome

    […] visual loss, and optic nerve hypoplasia Meningomyelocele (a spinal defect) Omphalocele (abdominal defect) Abnormal genitalia Abnormal palm pattern Overlapping of fingers over thumb[cytogenx.com] […] defects Structural eye defects, including microphthalmia, Peters anomaly, cataract, iris and/or fundus (coloboma), retinal dysplasia or retinal detachment, sensory nystagmus, cortical[cytogenx.com]

  • Infantile Hemiplegia

    1. asymmetric moro, automatic walking and placing reactions 2. persistent involuntary grasp beyond 3 mnts 3. persistent cortical thumb beyond 6 mnts 4. tonic neck response[aippg.net]

  • Asthenia

    Voluntary activation was not usually complete for MVCs of thumb adduction tested with supramaximal stimulation of the ulnar nerve.[doi.org] A similar conclusion was reached using motor cortical stimulation, although the measures of voluntary activation with the two forms of stimulation are not comparable (see[doi.org]

  • Lethargy

    Voluntary activation was not usually complete for MVCs of thumb adduction tested with supramaximal stimulation of the ulnar nerve.[doi.org] A similar conclusion was reached using motor cortical stimulation, although the measures of voluntary activation with the two forms of stimulation are not comparable (see[doi.org]

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