Sakati-Nyhan syndrome

Sakati-Nyhan syndrome

 [sah-kah´te ni´han]
a hereditary autosomal dominant disorder characterized by conical deformity of the head, extra fingers or toes, webbed fingers and toes, hypoplastic tibias, and deformed, displaced fibulas. Called also acrocephalopolysyndactyly, type III.

Sakati-Nyhan syndrome

[sä′kä·tē·nī′han]
Etymology: Nadia Sakati, American pediatrician, 20th century; William Leo Nyhan, American pediatrician, b. 1926
an autosomal-dominant type of acrocephalopolysyndactyly characterized by hypoplastic tibias and deformed, displaced fibulas. Also called acrocephalopolysyndactyly, type III. See also Carpenter's syndrome, Goodman's syndrome, Noack's syndrome.

Nyhan,

William Leo, U.S. pediatrician, 1926–.
Lesch-Nyhan syndrome - see under Lesch
Sakati-Nyhan syndrome - see under Sakati
Sakati-Nyhan-Tisdale syndrome - Synonym(s): Sakati-Nyhan syndrome

Sakati,

Nadia, 20th century Saudi Arabian pediatrician.
Sakati syndrome - Synonym(s): Sakati-Nyhan syndrome
Sakati-Nyhan syndrome - rare syndrome, usually sporadic, featuring craniofacial defects, abnormal limbs, congenital heart defects, patchy alopecia with atrophic skin above the ears, and linear scarlike lesions in the submental areas. Synonym(s): Sakati-Nyhan-Tisdale syndrome; Sakati-syndrome
Sakati-Nyhan-Tisdale syndrome - Synonym(s): Sakati-Nyhan syndrome
Sanjad-Sakati syndrome - see under Sanjad