Thiemann syndrome

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Thie·mann syn·drome

(tē'mahn),
avascular necrosis of the epiphyses of phalanges of fingers or toes, usually familial, beginning in childhood or adolescence, leading to deformity of fingers; also called familial arthropathy of the fingers or toes.
Synonym(s): Thiemann disease

Thie·mann syn·drome

(tē'mahn),
avascular necrosis of the epiphyses of phalanges of fingers or toes, usually familial, beginning in childhood or adolescence, leading to deformity of fingers; also called familial arthropathy of the fingers or toes.
Synonym(s): Thiemann disease
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Thie·mann syn·drome

(tē'mahn sin'drōm)
Avascular necrosis of the epiphyses of phalanges of fingers or toes, usually familial, beginning in childhood or adolescence, leading to deformity of the fingers; also called familial arthropathy of the fingers or toes.
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Thiemann,

H., early 20th century German physician.
Thiemann syndrome - avascular necrosis of the epiphyses of phalanges of fingers or toes. Synonym(s): familial arthropathy of the fingers or toes; Thiemann disease
Thiemann disease - Synonym(s): Thiemann syndrome
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