thrombocytopenia-absent radius syndrome

throm·bo·cy·to·pe·ni·a-ab·sent ra·di·us syn·drome

, TAR syndrome [MIM*274000]
congenital absence of the radius associated with thrombocytopenia that is symptomatic in infancy but later improves; congenital heart disease and renal anomalies occur in some cases; autosomal recessive inheritance.

throm·bo·cy·to·pe·ni·a-ab·sent ra·di·us syn·drome

, TAR syndrome [MIM*274000]
congenital absence of the radius associated with thrombocytopenia that is symptomatic in infancy but later improves; congenital heart disease and renal anomalies occur in some cases; autosomal recessive inheritance.

thrombocytopenia-absent radius syndrome

an autosomal-recessive syndrome consisting of thrombocytopenia associated with absence or hypoplasia of the radius and sometimes congenital heart disease and renal anomalies. Also called TAR syndrome.

throm·bo·cy·to·pe·ni·a-ab·sent ra·di·us syn·drome

(throm'bō-sī-tō-pē'nē-ă ab'sĕnt rā'dē-ŭs sin'drōm)
Congenital absence of the radius associated with thrombocytopenia that is symptomatic in infancy but later improves; congenital heart disease and renal anomalies occur in some cases; autosomal recessive inheritance.
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