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Camptodactyly, bilateral

DA: 222

Developmental anomaly information

Definition: Bilateral camptodactyly. Camptodactyly is a medical condition involving fixed flexion deformity of the interphalangeal joints of the little finger. This involves permanent flexure of one or more phalanges (fingers). Isolated (non-syndromal) camptodactyly (MIM.114200) is an autosomal dominant trait that is known for its incomplete expressivity as it can occur in both little fingers, one, or neither.

Developmental anomaly parent: Camptodactyly

Topology: Human body > Limbs > Upper limbs > Hand > Fingers

System: Human body > musculoskeletal system. > Joints

Developmental anomaly category: Malformation

Case records MDB172, MDB201, MDB266, MDB280, MDB316, MDB322, MDB396, MDB401, MDB461, MDB504

Humpath: 4147

OMIM: 114200

Wikipedia: camptodactyly

Observed in MDB cases
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Observed in malformative diseases (MDB)
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Associated developmental anomalies

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Last modified: 2010-10-06 19:11:33 by jcfournet

Created: 2008-05-14 02:00:00 by phsaw

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