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50 Possible Causes for Syndactyly of the 4th and 5th Toe

  • Becker Nevus Syndrome

    Figure 3: Syndactyly of left 4th and 5th toes with left great toe halux valgus deformity Click here to view Tissue sample was obtained in a punch biopsy from the hyperpigmented[e-ijd.org] […] and middle fingers), crowding of lateral toes, and halux valgus deformity of left great toe and syndactyly of left 4 th and 5 th toes [Figure 3] .[e-ijd.org] […] ichthyosis, brownish hair, absence of axillary and pubic hair, mitral valve prolapse, skeletal abnormalities namely long slender digits of both limbs (markedly seen in great toes[e-ijd.org]

  • Oculodentodigital Dysplasia

    Skeletal manifestations consist of syndactyly (involving the 4th and 5th fingers and/or 2nd to 4th toes), camptodactyly, and clinodactyly due to hypoplasia or aplasia of the[orpha.net]

  • Syndactyly

    Feet may also show syndactyly in the 4th and 5th toes. Fifth toe may show duplication in the web. Variability may be shown in clinical manifestations in the same family.[symptoma.com] Symphalangism of middle phalanx of finger Symphalangism of the 2nd finger Symphalangism of the 3rd finger Symphalangism of the 4th finger Symphalangism of the 5th finger[mousephenotype.org] Type III syndactyly is characterized by complete and bilateral soft tissue syndactyly between 4th and 5th fingers.[symptoma.com]

  • Crossed Polysyndactyly

    […] of 4th and 5th toes Fig. 6.24 a, b.[rrnursingschool.biz] In postaxial type A, partial cutaneous syndactyly involving digits 4th-5th (or 5th-6th) fingers and 2nd-3rd (or 5th-6th) in toes is a frequent finding (13,5).[myslide.es] […] of 4th and 5th toes polydactyly (polydactyly preaxial I, OMIM 174400); (2) polydactyly of triphalangeal thumb (polydactyly preaxial II, OMIM 174500); (3) polydactyly of index[rrnursingschool.biz]

  • Hereditary Hyperekplexia

    […] the 3rd and 4th fingers with synostoses of the corresponding metacarpals and associated single phalanges, syndactyly of the 2nd and 3rd toes and 5th finger clinodactyly.[amp.pharm.mssm.edu] Syndactyly type 9 Mesoaxial synostotic syndactyly (MSSD) with phalangeal reduction is a novel and distinct form of non-syndromic syndactyly including complete syndactyly of[amp.pharm.mssm.edu]

  • Branchio-Oculo-Facial Syndrome

    She had syndactyly of the left 4th and 5th toes. Dentition was normal and hair were sparse. Ultrasound abdomen revealed normal kidneys.[indianpediatrics.net]

  • Syndactyly (Feet)

    The feet usually show syndactyly of the 4th and 5th toes, with duplication of the 5th toe in the web.[rrnursingschool.biz] Soft tissue syndactyly usually affects the 3rd and 4th fingers and the 2nd and 3rd toes, but can be more extensive.[rrnursingschool.biz] The metacarpals and metatarsals most commonly involved are the 4th and 5th (Robinow et al. 1982).[rrnursingschool.biz]

  • Mesoaxial Synostotic Syndactyly with Phalangeal Reduction

    […] complete syndactyly of the 3rd and 4th fingers with synostoses of the corresponding metacarpals and associated single phalanges, syndactyly of the 2nd and 3rd toes and 5th[rarediseases.info.nih.gov] Orpha Number: 157801 Disease definition Mesoaxial synostotic syndactyly (MSSD) with phalangeal reduction is a novel and distinct form of non-syndromic syndactyly including[rarediseases.info.nih.gov]

  • Hemimelia

    (most commonly, the 4th and the 5th toe are affected by syndactyly) X-ray (front and lateral view) Absence of fibula (both views are required, as the bone can be masked by[heydoctor.org] […] proximal femoral focal deficiency, the femur may also appear to be shortened Deformities at the level of the respective foot (such as talipes equinovalgus) Fusion of the toes[heydoctor.org]

  • Kleiner Holmes Syndrome

    Do not separate 4th5th toes syndactyly when associated with 5th toe polydactyly for the following reasons: i.[doctorlib.info] And in many cases, there is osseous syndactyly/synostosis of the proximal phalanx to the 5th toe proximal phalanx ( Figure 6-11 ) i.[doctorlib.info] Perform a percutaneous tenotomy of a contracted flexor digitorum longus tendon slip to the 4th and/or 5th toe if one exists ( see Chapter 7 ); a common finding in postaxial[doctorlib.info]

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