ectrosyndactyly

ectrosyndactyly

 [ek″tro-sin-dak´tĭ-le]
a condition in which some digits are absent and those that remain are webbed; see also syndactyly.
Ectrosyndactyly. From Dorland's, 2000.

ec·tro·syn·dac·ty·ly

(ek'trō-sin-dak'ti-lē),
Congenital anomaly marked by the absence of one or more digits and the fusion of others.
[ectro- + G. syn, together, + daktylos, finger]

ectrosyndactyly

/ec·tro·syn·dac·ty·ly/ (ek″tro-sin-dak´tĭ-le) a condition in which some digits are absent and those that remain are webbed.

ectrosyndactyly

[ek′trōsindak′təlē]
Etymology: Gk, ektrosis + syn, together, daktylos, finger
a congenital anomaly characterized by the absence of some but not all of the digits, with those that are formed webbed so as to appear fused. Also called ectrosyndactylia.

ec·tro·syn·dac·ty·ly

(ek'trō-sin-dak'ti-lē)
Congenital anomaly marked by the absence of one or more fingers or toes and the fusion of others.
[ectro- + G. syn, together, + daktylos, finger]

ectrosyndactyly

congenital deformity characterized by absence of one or more digits, and fusion of others, e.g. lobster-claw syndrome

ectrosyndactyly

a condition in which some digits are absent and those that remain are webbed.