bidactyly

bi·dac·ty·ly

(bī-dak'ti-lē),
Abnormality in which the medial digits are lacking, with only the first and fifth represented.
See also: lobster-claw deformity, ectrodactyly.
[bi- + G. daktylos, finger]

bidactyly

[bīdak′tilē]
Etymology: L, bis + Gk, daktylos, finger
an abnormal condition in which the second, third, and fourth digits on a hand are missing and only the first and fifth are present. Also called lobster claw deformity. bidactylous, adj.
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Bidactyly

bi·dac·ty·ly

(bī-dak'ti-lē)
Abnormality in whichthe medial fingers are lacking, with only the first and fifth represented.
See also: ectrodactyly
[bi- + G. daktylos, finger]
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On the right, bidactyly was present, with absence of the middle and ulnar ray and a cleft between the presumed thumb and first digit.