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Hand edema

DA: 79




Developmental anomaly information

Definition: Lymphedema of the hand: Lymphedema may be present at any age and is one finding that can suggest Turner syndrome on fetal ultrasonography. Lymphedema is the cause of other anomalies, such as the webbed neck and low posterior hairline. In infants, the combination of dysplastic or hypoplastic nails and lymphedema gives a characteristic sausagelike appearance to the fingers and toes.


Synonyms:

  • Nonpitting hand edema
  • Lymphedema of the hand


Developmental anomaly parent: (empty)

Topology: Human body > Limbs > Upper limbs > Hand

System: integument & skin

Developmental anomaly category: Localized dysplasia

Case records MDB132, MDB135, MDB206, MDB224, MDB374, MDB394, MDB514, MDB150, MDB162
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Humpath: 13407

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Last modified: 2008-12-16 21:41:15 by farideh

Created: 2008-03-05 01:00:00 by phsaw



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