polysyndactyly

polysyndactyly

 [pol″e-sin-dak´tĭ-le]
hereditary association of polydactyly (extra fingers or toes) and syndactyly (webbed fingers or toes).

pol·y·syn·dac·ty·ly

(pol'ē-sin-dak'ti-lē),
Syndactyly of several fingers or toes. There are several forms: a simple one [MIM*174700] and one with abnormal skull shape, Grieg cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome [MIM*175700], both inherited as an autosomal dominant trait; a recessive form is associated with cardiac defects [MIM*263630].

polysyndactyly

/poly·syn·dac·ty·ly/ (-sin-dak´tĭ-le) an association of polydactyly and syndactyly of varying degrees of both the hand and foot.

polysyndactyly

[-sindak′tilē]
Etymology: Gk, polys, many, syn, together, daktylos, finger or toe
multiple webbing or fusion between fingers or toes. Also called synpolydactyly.
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Polysyndactyly

pol·y·syn·dac·ty·ly

(pol'ē-sin-dak'ti-lē)
Syndactyly of several fingers or toes.

polysyndactyly

hereditary association of polydactyly and syndactyly.
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CASE SUMMARY: Two days old baby presented with craniofacial malformations and polysyndactyly of foot.
Radiograph of both the foot taken and Revealed: Preaxial polysyndactyly of both the foot.
The possible association between the combination of vaginal metronidazole and miconazole treatment and polysyndactyly.
The primary findings include hypertelorism, macrocephaly with frontal bossing, and polysyndactyly.
Key words: Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome, macrocephaly, polysyndactyly
000), pleiotropic, multiple congenital anomaly syndrome characterized by the primary clinical triad of polysyndactyly, macrocephaly, and hypertelorism (5).
Operation for polysyndactyly of the fifth toe using Z plasty.
Reconstruction of syndactyly and polysyndactyly of the toes with a dorsal pentagonal island flap: a technique that allows primary skin closure without the use of skin grafting.
Coronal synostosis: Its familial characteristics and associate clinical findings in 109 patients lacking bilateral polysyndactyly or syndactyly.
Here we report a very rare case of macrodactyly with polysyndactyly of distal phalanx of second toe.
Point mutations or deletions in the GLI3 gene cause Greig cephalo polysyndactyly (GCPS) [13].