Sydney crease

Syd·ney crease

(sid'nē),
a variation of the proximal transverse palmar flexion crease that reaches the ulnar side of the palm; associated with acute lymphocytic anemia in early childhood, rubella embryopathy, and Down syndrome.
Synonym(s): Sydney line
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

Syd·ney crease

(sidnē krēs)
Variation of the proximal transverse palmar flexion crease that reaches the ulnar side of the palm.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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With respect to abnormal PFCs, such as the Simian and the Sydney creases, an association with schizophrenia has been shown in different studies (e.g., [26]).
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