popliteal pterygium syndrome

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popliteal pterygium syndrome

1 also called popliteal web syndrome. a congenital syndrome consisting chiefly of popliteal webs, cleft palate, lower lip pits, and dysplasia of the toenails. A wide variety of other abnormalities may be associated.
2 also called Fèvre-Languepin syndrome. popliteal webbing associated with cleft lip and palate, fistula of the lower lip, syndactyly, nail dysplasia, and clubfoot.

popliteal pterygium syndrome

An AD condition of neonatal onset and variable penetration and clinical expression Clinical A fibrous cord extends from the heel to the ischial tuberosity, limiting leg movement, accompanied by syndactyly, bone malformation, club feet, cleft lip and palate, cryptorchidism, and absence of labia majora